Productivity Your Way – Taskwriter

I was a big fan of GTD. Somehow, I’m still a fan. But regardless of the specific task management tool I use, one thing is real: I need to be productive. Effective. I work from home as a blogger, but I also get out pretty often and talk at public events, do workshops or teach other people. Even if officially I may look as “unemployed” and enjoying a pretty indulging lifestyle, believe it or not, I do work. And I work a lot.

Staying Productive

One of the online apps that seems to be pretty fit for me is Taskwriter. And why is that? Well, first of all, because it’s an online app. And I don’t know about you, but I stay online a lot. So it really makes sense to use an online tool.

The second reason for using something like Taskwriter is its incredible simplicity and ease of use. In the last 3 years I was literally a GTD-junkie, trying out and drying out every app that crossed my eyes. And I have to admit that I rarely met something so balanced between features abundance and usability. Just don’t take my word for it, go there and test it, if you don’t believe me.

And the third reason for using Taskwriter is their affiliate program. Taskwriter is a paid application and they also have an affiliate program. It makes perfect sense, if you think a little. You do spend a lot of your time online managing your tasks, so why not making some money out of it in the process?

Why Do I Recommend It?

As you may already know, I don’t recommend products I don’t use. I also don’t recommend products I don’t believe in. So, you may have guessed so far that since I openly recommend Taskwriter (and yes, those are affiliate links and I fully disclose the fact that I am an affiliate with them) I also use it and know it pretty well.

As a matter of fact, I know Taskwriter even deeper than you may think. His founder has attended my mentorship course so I do know all the ins and outs of his business. And I do believe in it. I won’t say a word more about that because I think you now know more than enough about it.

So, to make a long story short, if you really are into personal productivity, just go to Taskwriter, sign up and play around. I could rehash all the valuable information in their website here and name it “a review” but it just wouldn’t make sense. My readers know that my landing pages are usually really, really short. Why? Because I highly trust my readers. I don’t need to insult them with cheap incentives to try and buy a product, they know better.

All I can do is to suggest a product based on my personal experience and their expectations.

And today’s product is Taskwriter – Productivity Your Way. Go ahead, give it a try. And then sign up for the paid version.

It might be fun! 🙂