One of the most motivating parts about working at Todoist is getting to see the many ways users become their most productive selves and take control of their to-do lists. We love seeing people tweet to us their #TodoistZero and impressive karma scores.
As a team, we’re always looking for new ways to help people get organized and make progress on the important things. So when Skillshare reached out to us about creating a course to teach the best, concrete strategies anyone can use to become more organized and productive, we jumped at the chance.
Taught by Productivityist founder and long-time Todoist user Mike Vardy, this 45-minute video course will show you how to create a simple, flexible, and (most importantly) sustainable productivity framework that will transform the way you work. Whether you’re a freelancer balancing multiple gigs or a 9-5er with a calendar full of meetings, this class will give you the tools you need to feel in control of your to-do list and maximize your time at work and at home.
You’ll learn how to:
- Prioritize strategically to manage to-do list overwhelm
- Establish smart habits that lead to repeatable results
- Use tools (including Todoist!) effectively to simplify your workflow
After taking this class, you’ll have an arsenal of strategies to personalize your productivity and ensure you’re getting the right things done, freeing time and energy so you can focus on the things that matter.
You can enroll for this course for free. You’ll also get 3 months access to Skillshare’s full catalog of courses. (A credit card number is required, but you can cancel anytime during your three-month trial and never be charged.) Take our class for free and browse through thousands of other useful courses.
Here’s a preview of the course:
Our main goal with this class is to help you find the productivity habits that works for YOU. We hope it helps you stay organized and on track to meet your goals in 2017. Be sure to share your #TodoistZero screens along the way!
Update: Since publishing this class, we partnered with Skillshare to launch a second (completely free) productivity course: Learn strategies for managing your attention