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Professional Organizers Invite DailyTekk Founder to Speak at Event
The Colorado chapter of NAPO (National Association of Professional Organizers) held an awesome meeting last night at the Design Within Reach store in Cherry Creek (Denver) and I was privileged to be an invited speaker. I met some great people as I presented about using tech to reduce digital clutter. Actually, Mandy P., the event’s coordinator, had seen one of our notorious top 100 posts (Use Tech to Get Organized: The 100 Best Tools, Websites, Apps and More) which prompted the invitation. The location was very cool–most events I’ve been to in the past have been held in a drab hotel or convention center. It was great to be in such a progressive and modern atmosphere. The atmosphere was very relaxed and engaging as people were sitting on the store’s cool and comfy furniture. Thank you to Mandy for inviting me and thanks to everyone who attended!
As promised, I’ve got some excellent freebies to give away to the group that attended (sorry audience at large, this is only open to attendees–but don’t worry, you’ll have plenty of chances to enter one of our regular giveaways). To enter, simply leave a comment below between 8 and 5 today describing which product you’re interested in, how you want to use it and why you should get it. The best comments will win. In total I’ve got 4 licenses to give away. Here’s what’s up for grabs:
Rule.fm, which offers project management and cloud collaboration, is giving away 1 free lifetime account which will include up to 10 users and unlimited everything else (projects, deals and storage). Their starting plan is $49 per month, so this has some serious value. Rule is my favorite project management solution. The design is amazing.
MindMesiter, a mind mapping solution, is giving away 3 pro licenses which include unlimited mind maps, the ability to manage multiple users, the ability to share your mind maps, custom branding and stats. MindMeister’s mind mapping tool is the coolest one I’ve ever seen and it’s used by heavyweights such as CNN, Philips and Oracle.