Stop disrupting your workflow to add new contacts to your address book. You’re too busy for the copy – paste – copy – paste – reformat, followed by 5 minutes trying to figure out what you were doing before you paused to update your contacts.
I utilize an arsenal resources to maximize productivity so when I saw a Lifehacker post titled, “WriteThat.name grabs contact info anywhere on the web,” I was intrigued.
Sign up with your email address and download the extension if you use Chrome. Copy any contact info you find online and paste it to the app. WriteThat.name reformats the material, helps you edit details and save the new contact with 1-click. The app syncs to your address book to permit automatic updates or you can review/approve changes before they are made. It’s like auto-pilot for your address book!
WriteThat.name also offers add-ons that synchronize with Salesforce, Outlook, and can even search your old emails for contacts. Still not convinced? Add me to your contacts with 1-click using the link below and send me a message. I’m happy to discuss my experience and answer your questions!
You don’t need to start a business or invent a new product to be an entrepreneur. “Everything Started As Nothing” presents a clear message that entrepreneurship is about a mindset. You do not need to start a business or invent a new technology to be an entrepreneur. Just think different.
The work week is already half-over. Can you believe it? Stop telling yourself “nobody is working this week.” Think different. How can you be productive? What can you accomplish this week while everyone makes excuses to avoid working?
Emails sent from a mobile device get a free pass. You don’t face criticism for a brief, albeit effective, response. Additionally, one can easily avoid a tedious back-and-forth email chain. Each of these benefits is linked to a single common phrase that gets you off the hook:
“Sent from my mobile device”
I see the light! I see the light! How did the routine chore of changing a light bulb completely change the feel of my home office? Although I am constantly exploring ways to create the ideal work environment, I experienced a small change that we often overlook and it can have a dramatic emotional and physical affect. Continue reading