Trello In 10
The Trello Primer for Pragmatic People with No Time (or Patience)
Grab this 10-minute Trello primer to go beyond all the breathless hype of how Trello can change your life on a dime (although, actually, it can, and does).
Yes, YouTube is literally littered with tutorials on how all the features of Trello work.
This mini-course instead shows you how to get the features to work for you, by going through the structure, and telling you the best way to use each structure.
Trello in layers
First, you get a 45-second intro, in a just-the-facts-ma'am style video.
Then, we go through the structures (slightly more slowly this time), and tell you what each structure is best used for.
The BRIX Formula for Boards
Finally, I introduce you to the BRIX formula, the one fool-proof way to stay organized and avoid being overwhelmed by 97 boards, half of which you can’t even remember creating … (yup, been there.)
Solving Your Trello Ooops
Too late, you say? Already have 123 boards?
The bonus is for you - a 3-part PDF that walks you through how to declutter your Trello account, and turn it around in an afternoon.
Check out the last section for a ninja trick to even solve the “I forget to check Trello” problem (yup, been there too).
I know you know Trello is awesome.
And I know you want to use it to stay on top of your crazy-busy life.
You know, the life that thinks you’re actually multiple people with vast amounts of time (LOL right?)
This is what this primer is for. It will answer questions like:
What is the structure, you know, like the 10k view?
How does it help me get more productive?
If is so insanely flexible, how do I know I’m not doing something dumb?
Find out the answers to all this and more ...
Teaching Tech Without Trauma or Drama
Hello, my name is Naima and I'm a Digital Strategist.
I help individuals get over the technical and creative humps that stand between them and successfully taking their expertise to market.
Sometimes we can see exactly where we want to be, and what we want to do. Only thing is, there are annoying little things that tend to get in the way.
Sometimes these "things" are little mindset gremlins. But more often than not, they are creative and technical skills that seem just out of reach, like building a website or creating a cover.
Does that sound familiar?
I work with my clients to get clear on what their end game is, and to develop a solid strategy with actionable plans to get there.
But I also coach them and help them acquire "mini online business skills" required in our internet economy, so they can thrive in taking their expertise to market.
Whether in a corporate role or a solopreneur, it is only through clarity, skill acquisition, and focused action that growth can be achieved, both for business and for personal fulfillment.
I bring 20+ years of corporate experience in applying technology and smart work processes to business growth, and share that experience through my courses, ebooks and of course, in person.