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WorkAwesome Podcast: Episode 17 – James Shelley

This week’s guest on the WorkAwesome podcast is James Shelley. James is a highly-regarded online writer, offering articles on productivity and time management — as well as attention and willpower. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.

That said, James is also a storyteller and speaker. He has spoken to high school students about the challenges the world has to offer as well as looking at lifestyles choices and decisions that need to be made. These kind of musings don’t just apply to the youth of today; we all can learn from James’ work online. His work at JamesShelley.net is a great place to start.
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5 Useful Tools for Productive Online Writing

Creating content for the web isn’t easy, especially when there are so many tempting distractions. Hence it is important that a web writer is familiar with some tools of the trade that help in enhancing his productivity as a writer.

Following is a list of 5 tools which I think should be present in every writer’s toolbox. With the exception of the last one, they’re particularly suited for online writing

1. Dark Room for Windows and WriteRoom for Mac

Both Dark Room and WriteRoom are same tools, except that the former is for Windows and latter for Macs. They are probably the best distraction free writing software available.

2. Windows Live Writer

Windows Live Writer is undoubtedly the best desktop blogging client available. None of the other such tools, even its Mac counterparts, come close.

3. Evernote

Writing web content generally involves a good bit of research. Evernote helps in capturing and organizing notes, images, links etc so that you can quickly access them when you are doing the actual writing.

4. Freemind

Freemind is a free mind mapping software to help you generate ideas and document your thought process.

5. Pen and Paper

It’s surprising how underrated pen and paper have become in this era of laptops, cellphones and iPad. But when you are stuck with a thought, disconnecting from the computer and turning to these two tools could be the best bet to get your creative juices flowing. Click Here to Read Article …

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