If you are looking for a shortcut to use Omni Focus the right and effective way, check out Omni Focus Premium Posts.It’s our guide that is simple, practical and it has a lot of field-tested workflows and solutions to help you use Omni Focus the right way. Because you all asked for it, we’re putting together this ten-part series to show you how we use Omni Focus from start-to-finish.You’ll be getting one article a week, alternating between Thanh and myself. But as with most things, everyone uses it in a different way.
Next week, you’ll get Thanh’s (very different) view of how to do this.
Tom Jenkins is good-looking bloke in his late 20s, living in Los Angeles.
He’s a little rough around the edges, but sports a 5 o’clock shadow and sharp dress sense. He works for a small boutique web design firm, specializing in online marketing management.
Tom works the standard office hours of 9-5-sometimes-really-late, and his main role is to bring in new leads through online channels for the company.
Welcome to the first article in our ten-part series on Omni Focus.
For those of you who don’t know, Omni Focus is the most kick-ass task management system ever created.It’s everything you could ever want in a task manager – and more.For this reason, it’s the task manager of choice here at Asian Efficiency, and we’ve spent a lot of time experimenting with how to use it at its best.Tom reports directly to David, the CEO of the company.Mary the content producer extraordinaire, Jenny the social marketing intern from UCLA, and Nick the internet marketer, all work on Tom’s team.In his spare time, Tom blogs about his personal life (as a single guy in LA), he reads business and self-help books and hangs out with his buddies.