Video Tutorial: “Productivity — Let Someone Else Tell You How To Make Life Easier”

$27.00

In this 60-minute video tutorial, Saya narrows down the overwhelming field of productivity and shares best practices, philosophies, and specific tool loves. Upon purchase, you’ll be redirected to a page with a link and password to the tutorial.

 

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Upon purchase, you’ll be redirected to a page with a link and password to the tutorial.

Productivity — Let Someone Else Tell You How To Make Life Easier

It can be hard out there. This offering is all about making adulthood easier.

Saya’s first conversation with her now husband was about their love of spreadsheets. A Huffington Post article called her “Chicago’s productivity-guru” and she was included in the Gmail Genius series.

In this sixty-minute video tutorial, she shares big-picture philosophies as well as specific resources, mostly tech-based, to manage life. If you’ve ever felt “There has to be a better way” or like a hamster in a hamster wheel, this session is for you. Saya shares an overview of numerous resources (mostly tech-based) that she uses on regular basis to maintain organization, frugality, and efficiency, along with tips and insight, to give you a starting point to decide which tools to further investigate and incorporate into your own life. This tutorial is not about learning the ins and outs of specific tools, but about someone else narrowing the overwhelming field of options and presenting her best-practices and favorites for you to choose which you’d like to learn on a deeper level.

She makes the mundane yet necessary easier and more enjoyable.

Areas of focus

Big picture philosophies and nitty-gritty specifics when it comes to:

  • email 
  • digital organization 
  • to do list 
  • calendar 
  • automation & efficiency
  • security

Saya has run a successful business since 2004, filled with event curation, keeping track of and adhering to deadlines, wrangling thousands of people, being laid-back yet professional, traveling the frugal path, and wearing many hats, which she has managed to do while keeping her sanity and with a smile on her face. It can be done!