Software for enhanced personal productivity and organization.
It keeps track while you keep going.
Do you find yourself...
Feeling overwhelmed by your Inbox?
Pressured by having too much to do, and not enough time to do it?
Stressed or anxious over not getting to the really important tasks
Feeling stuck and unsure how to improve your
situation, even though you've tried various software solutions?
The solution? LifeRunner.
the revolutionary new Personal Organization System. It provides you with a powerful means of easily handling your Inbox and managing all of your commitments - your e-mail, projects, to-do's, documents, notes, delegated tasks, and more.
allows you to organize your life into projects, both at work
and outside. Within each project, you can easily keep track of
all of the relevant e-mails, documents, to-do's, notes, and
integrates with Evernote, so you can easily link your
Evernote notes with your LifeRunnerprojects, and access your
Evernote information right from within LifeRunner.
tames your Inbox by assigning your e-mails to your
projects. It's very smart about knowing which e-mails belong to
which project - and it learns as you use it, so that incoming
e-mails are automatically attached to the appropriate project
without you lifting a finger.
is highly intelligent in other ways as well. For example,
typing "Call Mary Jones next Tues about the Fair Oaks Project"
automatically creates a "Call" action, assigns the action to the
Fair Oaks project, builds a link to the contact record for Mary
Jones, and sets the due date to the proper date for next
Tuesday. Here again, it gets more intelligent as you use it, by
learning what's important to you and how you work.
provides an outlining structure in which you create and
manage your information. This allows you to organize your
projects and notes in a hierarchical fashion if you choose to.
makes your data available both "in the cloud", so
you can access it from any Internet-connected PC, and
locally, so you can work offline from the web when
is designed by Phil Seeman, a 30-year veteran of the
personal and group information management field, and draws on a
number of insighful research studies in the area of
information/task/e-mail management, as well as some of the best
aspects of previous software efforts in this field, including:
NetManage ECCO Pro
Action Technologies Coordinator
Symantec Q&A and GrandView
is also inspired by and supports some of the best personal
organization methodologies, including:
David Allen's GTD (Getting Things Done) approach
The work of Fernando Flores
More Productive Now methodology
See a demo of LifeRunnerin action (including its Evernote
(Please be sure to turn on your audio to listen to the demo)
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