Trello Productivity Hack: How I’m using Trello to Keep Me on Track in 2015

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Wow! We’re half way through the first month of 2015, doesn’t matter what you’re doing time is just going to fly so since it’s going to do that might as well make the best of this.

Yesterday, I created this video about how I’m using Trello to keep me on track in 2015.  I’m using Trello in the traditional way, to manage my projects and tasks, but I’m also stretching it a bit and using it in a way – I think – that might help a few of you.

 

The video is about 23 minutes long, so kick back take a break and enjoy.  Oh and let me know what you think in the comments, k?

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1 thought on “Trello Productivity Hack: How I’m using Trello to Keep Me on Track in 2015”

  1. Great video on Trello. I had no idea how much it could do! I did take it for a spin about a year ago. Now I need to really check it out!

    Thanks as always!

    L.

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