To be honest with you, I was procrastinating about this article. Until I've actually sat down and decided to write it. I had an issue with writing about procrastination when I am the one who's also procrastinating. But than I figured, everyone's doing it and I've actually decided to combat it. Therefore I decided to combine clutter and procrastination, because of their direct link. In order to combat these 2 stubborn diseases, there are certain steps that you need to take.
If you are someone that is into internet marketing or any other form of web publishing, than you are definitively into writing and creating quality content. In order to achieve this, we are always hungry for high quality ideas and information on which we are going to write and talk about. If you don't write them down, you will eventually forget them and never put your energy into something that could be valuable to do. In this article I will cover how I am getting ideas for articles, how I store them and how I organize them. Be mindful of your ideas, they are something that is floating around, but if we don't take action in writing them down, we will loose them. Many ideas, can merge with other ideas of ours and make new and better ideas when combined together, make sure to keep them at your disposal, than time is on your side.
I am constantly on my PC and always on the look out to save tiny fractions of time. Being and staying productive on the web is one of my main motos. If you want to achieve more in less time and stay more organized you should follow these tips. Essentially you will figure out what ideas to have and how to implement them in order to become power user.
Many interesting things are happening in the past week. There is excitement in the words on the web, as well as in videos. Facebook announcing new email feature tomorrow. Personally there are many reasons why I won't make Facebook my default email client and it's because of spam that's gonna happen virally. It's gonna start crazy chain mail spam along with all fake Facebook accounts spamming out the users, like never before. All of this is a wild guess, but let's "face" it, would you thrust Facebook with that much of your private data? Not only that I am not gonna use Facebook email, I am not even gonna send to it. Words Facebook and privacy don't mean anything good to me, when used in the same sentence. Apps hijacking users data, spam problems, privacy breach, the fact that anything you say on Facebook can be used against you on court? And let's not forget how easily it is to loose a password to a hacker, because there is no proper https. So Facebook really thank you for offering us this great new feature of yours, but no thanks 😉 This will go for me personally, okay. But what about other 499 999 999 users (and spambots)? And this whole war with Google on openness. I mean give us a break will you? You are offering email pull to Yahoo and Hotmail, but Google is opted out?