Here’s What’s Good
- You can create checklist notes with Headers identifying the Role and overall vision;
- I love the colour coding because I respond to the visual stimulus;
- You can arrange the order of the notes so that the important ones stand out;
- The checklist format allows for checking off and removing items that are completed;
- You can set reminders that land on your Google Calendar and/or give a pop up on your screen while in the Chrome browser;
- You can use labels so that it’s clear what role the tasks belong to and their importance. Example – Business, Personal, Learner, Immediate, This Week, Sometime-Maybe;
- A Checklist may be archived and/or retrieved;
- You can save Keep notes to a folder in Google Drive;
- I can manage my lists from the desktop, phone or tablet wherever I am.
Is it Perfect?
Mindset Monday Challenge
This Mindset Monday post is presented especially for solopreneurs
by LowellAnn Fuglsang, Business and Career Coach
In my workstyle-lifestyle coaching work I love helping solopreneurs find direction, stay motivated and build systems that both support and promote their business. One support that I like to emphasize for them is the Google experience. Two great places to begin are my Weekly Being Your Own CEO Success Circle and The Portable Business Coach (Now titled “Solopreneur Evaluation Tool” – a tool that will tell you where you need to put more time and energy)