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Evernote for Mac

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Millions of products are marketed to small business owners promising increased productivity and improved project management, but small business owners don’t need more tools – they need results. Learn how you can get more mileage out of the tool you already know and love in Evernote® for Mac with Natasha Vorompiova.

Natasha knows how to keep a person organized. She is the creator of Systematic Success 2.0 and founder of SystemsRock. In this class, she’ll teach you tricks and techniques for turning your Evernote account into an active business management hub. 
You’ll learn how to use Evernote to: 
  • Manage repetitive processes
  • Collaborate with contractors and keep track of clients 
  • Whip through tasks and projects
  • Tame information overload 
  • Manage your business systems
Don’t waste any more time looking for new tools to manage your business – learn how to use Evernote to bring in new sales, finish projects, connect with industry influencers, and generate amazing new leads. Evernote for Mac with Natasha Vorompiova will teach you how to handle the day-to-day operations of your business in one central, easy-to-access location.

Don’t use a Mac? Check out Natasha’s class Evernote for PC.


  • Introduction to Course
  • Structure Evernote for Your Business
  • Get All Your Information into Evernote
  • Master Evernote Search
  • Use Evernote to Dominate Your To-Do List
  • Automate Your Workflows with Evernote
  • Evernote as a CRM Solution
  • Organize Your Client Information with Evernote
  • Make Evernote the Ultimate Project Management Tool
  • Communicate & Collaborate Within Evernote
  • Evernote Uses Beyond Business
  • Make Evernote the Center of Your Business

Taught by

Natasha Vorompiova

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