Tag Archives: iOS

5 Things You Can Do to Get Positive Political Results in a Soul-Numbing, Negative Media World (w/ links to tools & resources)

Feeling overwhelmed by political news, editorial rants and talking heads? Want to become politically active but not sure where to start?

In this latest article at my Worth Sharing site, I review some specific actions that anyone can all take to step out of the negative shadows and into the positive light.  It includes lots of tools, links to helpful resources and more!  Consider it a job aid and a self-study guide for the would-be activist!

Get your mind right, your facts straight… then get active!

24 Must-Have, Everyday Workhorse Apps

Top 24 apps (logos shown clockwise from 7 o’clock): Timely, Accuweather, Gmail, Podcast Addict, Google Voice, Google Hangouts Dialer, Hiya Caller ID & Block, Google Keep, SimpleMind, MindMeister, Floating Stickies, Google Docs/Sheets/Slides, Wunderlist, Google Maps, Feedly, Puffin, Xodo PDF, FBReader, Pocket, Google Photos, Fast for Facebook, Twilight, Atmosphere

[Many of these apps will help you learn more stuff, consume training content better and generally upgrade your productivity! So while they all aren’t exactly training, many will be a great help in your quest to be a better self-directed learner. Enjoy!]

If you’re like me, your mobile device (phone, tablet, etc.) is loaded with apps. In fact, I’ve just checked and discovered that I’ve got hundreds installed! And that left me wondering, “How many of these things do I need? Which of these do I depend on every day?”

After some reflection, I came up with a list of my “24 must-have, everyday workhorse apps.” And, to the extent that they keep me personally productive, they help me be a better project manager and team member.  Most are FREE or have free versions available. See the complete list with brief descriptions at my WORTH SHARING site.

Worth a Second Look: My 8 Favorite Posts from 2016

Image/link to my WORTH SHARING website's "8 Favorite Posts from 2016"

Check out the FREE INFOGRAPHICS, PROJECT MANAGEMENT TRAINING MATERIALS, AND MUCH MORE from these 2016 posts!

Free iPad, iOS, & Android Apps for Students & Educators: A Few Good Lists

Topic:  Free iPhone, iPad,  iOS, & Android apps to support students & teachers
Format:  Links to other blog posts, lists
Reviewer/email: Mike G – greers_pm@yahoo.com

These days almost everyone, young or old, has access to a tablet or smartphone that supports apps.  Whether you’re a student in a formal educational setting or a self-directed learner churning through the internet’s information smorgasbord, you need tools to help you retrieve, process, and retain all those new skills and piles of information.

The good news is that your needs haven’t gone unnoticed by app developers. There are loads of free apps are out there to support education.  Better yet, there are lots of people posting useful collections of their favorite free apps to support training and education.

Below are 8 lists of freebies you should check out:  —>>>

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The Wireless Mobile Office

Topic: Comprehensive overview of business & technical issues in setting up and maintaining a wireless mobile office
Format: Web-based training or 36-page PDF with text lessons, graphics, quizzes, and more (free registration required)
Reviewer/email: Mike G – greers_pm@yahoo.com

If you’re like most business and professional people, you’ve probably accumulated quite a collection of wireless devices — some you use, some you don’t use, some which don’t work well with the others, and some you wonder “Why did I get this thing in the first place?”

Maybe it’s time to step back and take a systematic look at how your wireless mobile office is organized. What do you really need? Which service plans and connections make sense for you? What are the best ways to use your wireless devices and keep them secure?

HP's online course: The Wireless Mobile Office

This tight little online course (also available as a self-study PDF download) will help you answer all these questions.

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