September 2015 Chapter Meeting

  • 2015-09-28
  • 6:15 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Olympic Collection, 11301 Olympic Blvd, LA 90064
September Chapter Meeting CEU* Eligible Presentation

Evernote Uncovered:  Using Evernote for Your Business and Your Clients!

Presented by Katherine Macey of Organize to Excel

You’ve heard of Evernote, but are not really sure what it is or what it can do for you. Maybe you’ve started to use Evernote, but would like to know the real capabilities of the program.

Evernote Uncovered is an introduction to Evernote, with a glimpse at some of the more powerful ways to use Evernote in a business setting (yours or a clients) or for a busy family.

  • Evernote jargon – what does it all mean?
  • Some simple practices that everyone can take away and start using
  • An understanding of the structure of Evernote so you can adapt it to your needs
  • The differences between Evernote versions
  • What Evernote is good for and what it’s not good at

Dr. Katherine Macey, Ph.D., founded Organize to Excel in 2006 after obtaining her doctorate in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the University of Canterbury, New Zealand and working in image processing at the Department of Neurobiology, University of California, Los Angeles. She is a tech geek as long as it serves her, an outdoor enthusiast and fitness lover, a wife and mother to an 11 year old daughter and 8 year old son.

Her company, Organize to Excel, specializes in helping green industry businesses be more productive. Organize to Excel encourages their clients to create zero waste systems to leave a gentle footprint on this Earth while at the same time providing excellent services to their clients. Organize to Excel works with companies that are doing good in the world so they can do even better, save time, money and resources, and thrive.

*CEU eligible classes are 60 minute live or online presentations that provide knowledge and/or skills to help better serve your clients. CEUs must be related to the certification skill itself - organizing and productivity.   Certificates will be handed out or electronically distributed showing proof of attendance and credit. For more information on CEU eligibility and becoming a Certified Professional Organizer, visit www.CertifiedProfessionalOrganizers.net

Evernote Uncovereu’ve heard of Evernote, but are not really sure w
hat it is or what it can do for you. Maybe you’ve
started to use Evernote, but would like to know the
real capabilities of the program.
Evernote Uncovered is an introduction to Evernote,
with a glimpse at some of the more powerful ways
to use Evernote in a business setting (yours or a c
lients) or for a busy family.
In this talk we will uncover
Evernote jargon – what does it all mean?
some simple practices that everyone can take away a
nd start using
an understanding of the structure of Evernote so yo
u can adapt it to your needs
the differences between Evernote versions
what Evernote is good for


  and what it’s not good at
Dr. Katherine Macey, Ph.D., founded Organize to Exc
el in 2006 after obtaining her doctorate in Electri
cal
and Electronic Engineering from the University of C
anterbury, New Zealand and working in image
processing at the Department of Neurobiology, Unive
rsity of California, Los Angeles. She is a tech gee
k
as long as it serves her, an outdoor enthusiast and
fitness lover, a wife and mother to an 11 year old
daughter and 8 year old son.
Her company, Organize to Excel, specializes in help
ing green industry businesses be more productive.
Organize to Excel encourages their clients to creat
e zero waste systems to leave a gentle footprint on
this Earth while at the same time providing excelle
nt services to their clients. Organize to Excel wor
ks
with companies that are doing good in the world so
they can do even better, save time, money and

resources, and thrive.

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