Geeking Out Since 1998

Get Stuff Done With OneNote

Practical & actionable advice to help you get stuff done with OneNote
Practical & actionable advice to help you get stuff done with OneNote.

Are you overwhelmed, stressed or feeling that there is never enough time in the day?

Do you wish you could take more control of your life and start to work towards realising your dreams or goals?

Are you a productivity junkie but not quite sure how to bake OneNote into your own workflows?

Do you use already use OneNote but feel that you could be getting much more out of it?

Help is just around the corner

I am writing a comprehensive reference for people wishing to up their productivity levels.

Whether you’re already a OneNote user or not, it will be packed with helpful tips and real-life examples that will help you take back control and start to move forwards with your life.

It will cover topics such as:

  • Goal Setting
  • Month planning
  • Week planning
  • Day planning and journaling
  • Routines
  • Notebook set-up
  • Archiving

There will be detailed information covering how to get your own system set-up quickly and how to start actually getting stuff done.

Sounds great, but who are you?

I’m Darren and I’ve been using OneNote for over 10 years.

During that time I’ve used it for tracking countless projects and tasks. Notably I’ve used it to scale my business, to come back from illness, to reduce anxiety & stress, to plan a successful marathon attempt (even though I couldn’t run!), to ship a multitude of personal & consulting projects, write blog posts, draft talks and much more.

Most importantly, as an A.D.D. sufferer winner I have devised a system that keeps me organised, healthy and grounded as well as helping to combat the dreaded procrastination. It allows me to focus on the things that I need to get done – no, want to get done – day in and day out.

Don’t just take my word for it

I’ve witnessed Darren implement a simple yet effective framework for life that keeps him fit and healthy, both physically and mentally. And it’s for this reason that Darren is one of my go-to people for advice on running my business and getting my shit together. I’d recommend following and listening to him as he has a lot to offer.

Marc Jenkins – Web Designer & Freelancer

Darren knows how to get stuff done and ship. The articles on his blog about his OneNote productivity system have been a great source of inspiration and actionable advice. I wouldn’t be where I am today without them.

Andy Henson – Software Developer & Business Owner

Coming soon

I’m just finishing off a sample chapter that I’ll then be sending out to my private mailing list. If you’d like a copy then please leave your details below.

If you can’t wait then you might want to take a look at some of my previous OneNote tutorials and blog posts. Geeking Out Since 1998

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