Published on October 30, 2014
To Little Time, Too Many Activities, Help Me! - Emily Zweber and John Blue, from the Cultivate & Connect Conference in Austin, TX, USA, August 21 & 22, 2014.
1. To Little Time, Too Many Activities, Help Me!
2. 2 Write down two questions you want answers to when you walk out of the session.
3. Emily Zweber John Blue To Little Time, Too Many Activities, Help Me!
4. Thanks to AgChat Foundation for Cultivate & Connect and the opportunity to share our attention.
5. Reminder to use #ACFC14 hashtag!
6. 1) Write the two things that take the most time for you in social. 2) Write the two things you wish you had more time for in social.
7. Technolog y Revolution Behavior Revolution
8. Multitasking is a Myth
9. “Wait Wait’s” Peter Sagal and Carl Kasell demonstrate the dangers of multitasking. (©2004 NPR Photo by Tony Nagelmann)
11. With limited resources?
12. Here are some key steps Identify Learn Triage Implement Review
13. 1) Identify
14. Other ways to identify what is coming and how people feel? http://www.pewresearch.org/ http://www.knightfoundation.org/grants/
15. 2) Learn
16. 3) Triage Remember: you can't do it all!
17. 4) Implement
18. A great resource on understanding ROI in marketing is in Marketing White Belt by Christopher S. Penn, http://agtoday.us/marketing-white-(affiliate link).
19. 5) Review
20. Here are some key steps Identify Learn Triage Implement Review
21. Now What? Deciding what to do... Too many places, not enough time. There will always be more information and tools than you can use. You must limit, cut out, focus on a few to really reach your goals.
22. Take aways Develop a way to stay connected to trends in your interest area. Take advantage of opportunities to try out new approaches to discover and play. Implement with measurable goals in mind. Is it still “Worth It”?
23. Truffle Media Attention! Some tools and recommendations.
24. Schedule EVERYTHING Make lists/groups to organize notches Quickly realize what isn’t working Rely on your community to tell you where they want you
26. Getting Things Done, by David Allen, whose apt subtitle is “The Art of Stress-Free Productivity” http://agtoday.us/gtd-tips
27. http://agtoday.us/gmail-power-tips http://agtoday.us/outlook-power-tips Learn keyboard shortcuts, figure out automating inbound email, learn to organize, limit your time on email.
28. Other tools to help
30. “Google calendar is great for scheduling employees”, Carrie Mess, Wisconsin Dairy Farmer
31. "Dropbox to communicate between iPad & PC" Carolyn Olson
32. "The iPhone lets me do pretty much everything I need to do for work and home" Meggie Foster, Indiana Farm Bureau
34. 2 Write down two questions you want answers to when you walk out of the session.
35. To Little Time, Too Many Activities, Help Me!
36. @ezweber @TruffleMedia [email protected] [email protected]