Have you ever wondered why you use less than ten mobile apps on the average despite the fact that you probably have fifty or more on your phone?
Welcome to a world where if care is not taken, you’d have more resources at your disposal yet end up achieving less each day.
This is why you must regard the issue of productivity as a serious matter because you will be much happier with yourself if at the end of each day you know you indeed had a productive day.
A number of people have asked me on a number of occasions, “CFA, how do you run multiple platforms so seamlessly?” My response has always been that I use the right apps.
Below are seven applications that I believe will add a lot of value one way or the other if used properly:
These days we create lots of accounts online with different passwords and sometimes we forget. LastPass is a free password management tool that secures all of your passwords and you can quickly perform a search to find the one you need at any time.
It can also be integrated as an extension for Chrome or Firefox. This means that as you are browsing, you can easily save your passwords and keep them as well as automatically fill in the fields anytime you visit a particular login page.
So who needs to use lastpass? According to asecurelife.com, “if you are an avid user of the internet and require multiple logins to various websites on a regular basis, then it’s you!”
Way of Life
Technology has gone far that you now have apps that can help you develop healthy habits. Most of the habits that you consistently exhibit go a long way in determining what you will become in life. In other words, your success or failure comes from the little habits you persistently stick with over a period.
Just as the name sounds, Way of Life is an app that is capable of reshaping your lifestyle. It is a free app that helps you develop healthy habits with reminders that you can set up on specific days to help you stay on track.
You can even use it to keep track of bad habits. In as much as you keep using the app daily, you will notice both positive and negative habits exhibited. Through the chart data, you can find out what is working and what is not working for you.
What used to happen before the advent of apps was that people woke up in the morning and put on — Finish Reading on the Punch