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When searching for productivity apps, you’ll find thousands of apps out there. How do you know which one is right for you? What if you had a limited budget? It’s easy to spend hundreds of dollars on apps only to find out that most are garbage.
So in this episode, we set a challenge for ourselves with our top picks of productivity apps with a budget of only $100. We’ll have recommendations for Windows, Android, Mac, and iOS so there’s something for everyone.
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- The top 3 productivity resources for this week [1:35]
- What is Thanh’s top FREE productivity app? [7:26]
- Which calendar app is most effective? Thanh’s pick, or TPS Dojo’s pick? [11:21]
- What is the most important factor in a quality writing app? [12:38]
- How can remote workers communicate better with their teams? [14:02]
- How Brooks utilizes launcher apps for a more productive day [16:25]
- What is a productivity app that Thanh takes for granted the most? [18:24]
- What is one takeaway that Brooks has about most premium apps? [24:22]
- What is “capture”, and why is it important when getting things done? [26:34]
- How does Brooks utilize “mind maps” when thinking through a project? [29:40]
- Action steps you can take to integrate today’s topic into your life [34:10]
- Chaga Mushroom Powder
- Nespresso VirtuoPlus + Aeroccino 3
- The Nudge
- Fantastical (Mac/iOS)
- Outlook (Windows)
- Byword (Mac/iOS)
- Scrivener (Windows)
- Skitch (MacOS)
- Snagit (Windows)
- Wox (Windows)
- Spotify Premium
- ToothFairy (Mac)
- OmniFocus Pro (Mac)
- Todoist (Windows)
- Drafts (Mac/iOS)
- Idea Note (Android)
- MindNode (Mac)
- Mind Meister (Windows)
- 1Password Family
- Keyboard Maestro
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