@ElPeanutGordo has a new bandana of bravery!
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Also crazy to see my name listed as a “Featured Speaker” for the event by Amasty in their post Meet Magento Germany 2014 [INFOGRAPHIC].
All this attention is pretty surreal. Only 16 days left to practice!
Two years ago, probably less, if someone tried to convince me a calendar was my friend I would’ve started twitching. To be honest, I’m still not a fan of planning out details far in advance, but I’ve learned how to get organized a bit better. Now I’m often asked how I get things done, so here’s my $0.02.
I’ll recap the tools I use in a minute, but first I want to point out that I strongly believe your mindset and ability to prioritize trump any tool you can find. As Brian Fanzo mentioned in our Task Management #CMGRHangout last week:
You cannot throw a tool at a communication or culture problem, you have to fix that problem first.
My biggest secret to getting things done?
Everything else fills in where it fits.
You have to decide what your highest priorities are and have the courage—pleasantly, smilingly, unapologetically—to say no to other things. And the way you do that is by having a bigger ‘yes’ burning inside.
—Stephen R. Covey
If you need an illustration, and you haven’t already seen it, refer to one the many renditions of the Rocks, Pebbles, Sand Story.
Probably the most important task management tool I use right now is any.do. Reasons I love it:
Nimble. Nimble. Nimble. Did I mention Nimble? Alyson reached out to interview me recently about how we use Nimble with Bella Minds and My Community Manager: A Nimble Awakening for a Community Manager on the Move.
Seriously, though. I used to think I could manage relationships without a CRM. Ha.
Reasons Nimble rocks my world:
Yes, I realize “It’s pretty.” was a top 5 reason for both of these tools. My degree was in Graphic Design. It matters.
I could probably rabbit trail through a few more tools like Google Drive, Google Calendar and Slack, but I want to stay focused so for now that’s all.
Copyright © 2014. Sherrie Rohde.