Tools are what we use but the processes are how we use them and will have a big impact on the results we get.
The tools for managing ourselves (Outlook, smartphones, paper diaries, PC’s, Mac’s, tablets) are not as important as the processes of how we use them and continue to have a big impact on the results we get. The processes of getting organised are evolving but the tools we use to apply them and the environment we work in are changing dramatically – mostly driven by technology.
Instead of learning some basic tips & techniques or how to use a specific tool (paper diary, software, iPad etc) we focus the learning on the processes of great self-organisation.
This way, you understand the key drivers to being organised. When you decide you want to change the tools you use, you have already learnt how you should use them to achieve great results . . . it will even help you decide which tools are the best for you.
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