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I posted this question in another group, because I forgot I was a member of this one (don't throw tomatoes...I know, sorry!!), so here it goes. Does anyone know of, or have a system or app they use that keeps a to-do or task list inside Evernote?
Ok, as many of you are (I suppose), I am pretty dependent on Evernote for organization...BUT, I need a suggestion on apps/tools that will work with/in Evernote to keep my to-do/task list synced up, since I am in Evernote all day.....thoughts, suggestions?
Re-reading Ken Brand's book, "Less Blah-Blah, More Ah-Ha" and something struck me that I don't think is practiced much in our industry today...Golden Rule 2.0 "Treat others...the way THEY want to be treated". Here is a practice that would RTB!!
I just posted this to my personal profile, and thought it shows a perfect example of people NOT raising the bar.......(which I will gladly take the business they obviously do not want)..... It makes me sad to know that many in our industry do such a horrible job (but I guess its good for me in the long run)!! While showing this weekend, I had a new client tell me she had talked to 3 agents (all at different companies than mine), before she got to me. No one wanted to do anything other than show the property they had listed, and some wanted to put her off until today!!! Really, people??!! While I work to be the best agent I can, you others that suck, just keep sucking....maybe the perception of this industry will change when you run yourself out of business and dedicated real estate professionals like myself are all thats left!! WIth that said....I'm off to show more houses!!! (this is not posted here to puff myself up in any way....just to share how I am continuously baffled by the lack of dedication and hard work in our business). RTB!!!
Interestingly enough....how many of those agents that are too busy out selling real estate actually use syndication as a value added service to potential listing clients (despite the fact that in all practicallity, its not a differentiating factor from agent to agent in most markets).
Yes, I've used it for a training at the office, and it is very easy to use and works very well....and free for up to 200 ppl, good stuff!! The recording feature worked great...join.me doesn't offer that, and for that reason, I will be using anymeeting.
I actually have both...my mini is my daily use carry along device, and I use the full size for listing appointments, buyer consults, etc...they get to hold the full sized while I use my mini to 1- control the keynote pres (which is really only about 10 slides...I don't like "presentations") and 2-keep all my notes, etc on while discussing.