There are so many task and project management tools and software coming out on the market, and that’s great, but what about the productivity tools helping you manage the rest of your productive life? Therefore, I decided to assemble my Productivity Toolbelt (coming soon) so I could manage my system in a more trusted way by committing to these tools. In doing so, I realized that there were so many other tools that I have heard about, tested, or used in the past that could help others.
And so, here is a master collection of those productivity tools that cover a wide range of categories for planning, brainstorming, organizing, reviewing, storing/archiving, capturing and engaging activities: calendars, mindmapping, email, communications, weather, shopping, entertainment management, reading / bookmarking, writing, scanning, file collaboration/sharing and storage, software dev, social media management, health/fitness, newsreading, and more. As I learn about new productivity tools, I will update the Productivity Tools Mind Map.
Comment with new tools and I’ll check them out to see if they should be added.
Note: Use the toggle button circled in red below to pull the mind map into its highest categories for ease of browsing. Start from there and it should be easier to see what’s in the mind map.
If you’d like to see the mind map in full-screen mode, visit here and you can do so.