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Is there someone come to one of my events and speak about Evernote? I do some Startup Events in Seattle and started a Tech Event as well http://nwtechalliance.com We have over 200 people attending each event. Please call me at 206 605 7494
Welcome to the new Evernote Lifestyle Public Speaking forum. I am excited about pooling our knowledge to become more efficient—and effective—in using Evernote as a tool in our public speaking toolbox. I personally use Evernote as one of my main speaking tools. Every new speech starts there. I also use Evernote to store my best illustrations, anecdotes, and quotes. My role here is to moderate the discussion and, when possible, answer questions or point you to other solutions. I also hope to learn from your experience. Please feel free to post your questions, frustrations, tips, and best practices. Thanks.
I had been working on my desktop on the notes for an upcoming workshop I was giving on Time Management and pulling it all together in Evernote. Unfortunately, I had to take away part of my normal productive time waiting in my doctor's office. While there, I decided to pull out my Samsung Galaxy Note and open up Evernote. I was at the outline stage with my notes, and Evernote on the Android Galaxy Note worked great for this. My waiting time was very productive and I got a large chunk of the outline done. It used to be that I would use other note programs on my Android phone and then email them and copy and paste later, but Evernote was fantastic as I was working on the actual outline I had been working on on the desktop. During my time, I also opened up some of the time management articles and ebooks I had previously stored on my phone and reviewed them for additional ideas which I added to the outline. A large boost to my productivity, courtesy of Evernote!
I research/develop/design/write/rehearse and finally deliver Continuous Professional Development (CPD) courses for Foster Carers. Examples will be courses on Safeguarding Children, Equality & Diversity, Keeping Safe Online, Bullying, Men In Fostering, Fostering Children from a Different Background. I use Evernote as a repository for web research and scanned paper research, photos and video illustrating the concepts. I then try to build up a working list of subtopics in Evernote and link them (notelink) to the research. So far so good. Then it gets messy as I tend to storyboard my presentation on paper (then scan it in to Evernote for backup) and then create handout materials in Word, a script in Word and slides to accompany the delivery in powerpoint. These three 'documents' are saved as PDF and of course I send it all back to Evernote for safekeeping. The PDF's are used for printing and showing at client sites - I use a netbook running linux linked to a projector - PDF files are dependable and quick to navigate back and forth. It seems a shame to leave Evernote so can you suggest ways to create storyboards and scripts right in Evernote and be able to get the results OUT to save as PDF files? How do you prepare presentations within Evernote? thanks in anticipation /Paul