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  1. Hi, I have been using Evernote premium for about 18 months and TSW for the last 8 months or so. This has helped enormously as my partner and I run two businesses and are around 90% paperless, which I think is the limit realistically, as too many other people still insist on having the "original" or paper copies. The set up took around 2 days because of the number of notes already in Evernote, and then over the first month I made various tweaks, but with just 3 notebooks: To Sort Business 1 Business 2 and over 100 tags, the GTD works great, the search is so powerful that I can recall anything in less than a minute, for any client from either business. The to do lists for day, week and those all important Waiting for items, falls into place. Watch the TSW videos several times, I use Google rather than Outlook so, some refinement there, and take time to go through all your current notes. Once done, the system is superb..
  2. Thank goodness for Evernote. Whilst on a recent property hunting trip to the Costa Blanca, Spain, I returned from a stroll around Torrevieja just in time to see the tow truck removng my hire car. after running up the street and flagging the driver down, i was told that i needed to produce my passport to release the vehicle and provide proof of driver for the parking fine. As my passport was some 20km away at the apartment, the driver said he would have to take the car to the pound, minimum release fee one hundred euros plus the fine. I suddenly remembered my Everote on my Galaxy Note, and after pulling up the scan of my passport, the driver released the vehicle for 52.50 euros and gave me the parking ticket for 30 euros. he said I was very lucky as it would have been expensive top get a cab to the apartment, then back to the pound and the fees would have been much higher. I am already a premium member but I figurte that Evernote has just paid for itself for the next 3 years at least. Evernote rules.
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