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What makes ToDoist great and Evernote 10 bad - Interview with Carl Pullein
Episode 1018th November 2020 • Paperless Movement • Dr. Thomas Roedl
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Carl Pullein came to the show to discuss the latest release of Evernote 10 and why Todoist is such a great task manager!

Carl provided a video about his COD method exclusive for my ICOR members here:

About Carl Pullein (his own words):

"People are amazing. We have abilities to achieve things that no other living organism can do. We can create lives of genius, lives of athletic performances that are beyond incredulous and we can fly outside our own hemisphere. We are brilliant.

You, as a member of the human race, no matter where you are from, your education level, your physical abilities or gender have the power to achieve so much.

Yet many of us never achieve anything. Sure we go to school, pass a few exams, join a company and retire. That’s it. Yet inside you, you have fantastic abilities, abilities, that if harnessed and focussed, can take you from where you are today to levels of achievement and success unimaginable to you today.

My goal is to help as many people as I can to achieve something great in their lives. It’s why I write my blog posts, why I record my YouTube videos and why I will spend time each day answering questions from the people who read my blog posts and watch my videos.

It all starts with deciding what it is you want to achieve. What do you want to succeed at? What is it that really excites you? Gets your blood pumping? And wakes you up?

That is why I do what I do. To help people achieve the things they really want to achieve."

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