How Evernote Can Help You Innovate in 2015

2015 will be a great year for innovation. It will also be a year of lost opportunities due to lack of execution. After all, innovation is not the product of disorganization. You must be organized enough to innovate. 

Most projects can be managed effectively by clearly defining the desired outcome, and tracking the next actions required to move towards completion. Indeed, most projects get bogged down by the failure to execute these simple things.

Michael Hyatt, New York Times bestselling author and Evernote advocate, details how to use Evernote to transform vague New Years resolutions into

What Is 30 Minute Innovation?

30 Minute Innovation is a new framework that uses principles of intensity training to identify opportunities for innovation and process them into measurable outcomes. 

30 Minute innovation can be conducted as a single 30 minute session, or more comprehensively in a series of 30 minute sessions. It can be practiced by individuals, teams, or entire businesses.

Is it possible to make progress in 30 minutes? Time magazine recently described the benefits of physical intensity training in a recent article by Alexandra Sifferlin entitled, “Introducing the One Minute Workout.” A few intense moments