As a small business owner or manager, you and your staff have a challenging time getting everything done that you need to do in a day. Every little tool that shaves time off your schedule and enables you to be more productive is reason to celebrate.
The subject of our second video in our Small Business Productivity Tips Series is Microsoft OneNote. It was originally developed for Tablet PCs so a few of its capabilities, like making handwritten notes searchable don’t apply unless you have a Tablet PC. It is now included in all versions of Microsoft Office.
In the Jing video at the link in this post, you will find the following:
- Pages and Subpages
Features I love in OneNote:
23+15 = 38
These productivity tips can help you make little changes that over time add up to a lot of time saved for your small business. Just having one place to put your notes instead of on scraps of paper should prove really helpful. You can add notes to projects as they come to you. You can also copy written material and pictures off the Internet then paste them complete with the source URL. Hopefully you will find OneNote really helpful as well as fun to use.
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Building your profits through strong relationships,
John R. Aberle
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My first Kindle eBook, How Relationship Selling Rewards Small Businesses, went live on April 24, 2012. Until June 11t, 2012, it is available at its introductory rate of $.99. I've lived a lifetime of service and spiritual search so it's natural for me to incorporate these attitudes into my work. I believe that selling and marketing are spiritual service when done with a heart-centered, relationship selling approach. All of business success comes down to building strong relationships.
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