I have published a number of courses on SkillShare, which you can access below. From any of these links you can access two weeks free access to SkillShare, which is plenty of time to watch my courses and any other of their great material.
Hi guys, and welcome to my SkillShare course on mastering OneNote. As the title says, we are going to learn to organise EVERYTHING (or at least anything, if that’s a little bold 😉 ) in OneNote. This means the course will take you from total novice through to competent and confident and along the way show you a wide range of situations where OneNote can be used.
Rather than going ‘menu-by-menu’ through the application, we will explore different contexts. We will use my example notebook which you are welcome to open and copy content and ideas from. By doing this we will learn the various editing, formatting and content tools that make OneNote brilliant, in an example of their best use. As such, some of the projects I show might not be your thing, but I’m sure the tools you take from it will be.
Hi guys, and welcome to my SkillShare course on getting super organised with Microsoft To Do. As the title says, we are going to learn to organise life and work using Microsoft’s personal task manager app. Its free with a Microsoft Account but is also part of Office365 for enterprise and education, and is available for desktop, browser and mobile apps. In this course I will teach you to use all of them together, and in my usual way, to stay productive and organised no matter where or when you are thinking about being productive. I also draw on my seven point system for measuring your own task management mastery, and look at how To Do can be used with other established tasks management philosophies.
Hi guys, and welcome to my SkillShare course on making the most of OneNote to manage a content creation project such as a blog, YouTube channel or similar. The course will take you through every step of organising content, through to publication, using a range of OneNote templates and teach you the skills needed in creating the structures as well as the principles behind the routines and practices that are encouraged.
We will use my course example notebook which you are welcome to open and copy content and ideas from. We will also be looking at how to organise the collection of your ideas and inspirations in OneNote in a way that allows you to access them later and reinvest them back into your creative process time and again.