Trying to find focus. Being overwhelmed. Lengthy to-do lists.
All of these are things self-employed resume writers deal with daily.
Here are a couple of resources to help you with them.
The first is this blog post: "How to Eliminate Broken Focus and Overwhelm with Evernote."
I love Evernote. It's like my online memory bank. I keep all my notes there, including conversations with prospective clients, notes from training programs, lists of projects I'd like to get to "someday," and more.
Try Evernote for free.
(You can find out how I use Evernote by reading "Evernote for Everything: How Evernote Can Help You Manage Resume Client Projects, Remember Stuff, and Just Be More Efficient")
I'm going to try the "top 6" strategy.
And check out Jonathan's webinar on Evernote productivity here.
The second is Kelly McCausey's course, "The Power of a Focused Business."
Right now, it's free for a limited time.
Just use the code "kellysgift" after clicking on the "Order Now" button.