The EverFocus System for Creatives

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I want to share with you a new way of doing things. For the past several months, I have been using Evernote in a new way.

If you are in a creative profession, such as a blogger, entrepreneur, writer, artist, or speaker, then you’ll find the content on this page to be a game changer.

I want to help Creatives create more stuff, add value, and build their brand. In order for you to do this, you need a simple system that doesn’t stifle your creativity. I specifically designed this system because I was looking for:

  • A way to capture every new idea so I didn’t lose it
  • A simple system that increased my ability to focus in my creative work
  • A way to identify my top 5 projects to finish first

A few months ago, I shared what I was doing with Evernote with a group of blogging students and they raved about it.

I went to work on how I could teach this system to other Creatives who were frustrated by the lack of progress they were seeing in the business, blog, or writing career.


What is actually in this course?

Here is a list of what you get when you join the course:

  • Instant access to over 25 step-by-step videos, which means you’ll have your system set up in no time.
  • How to select your top 5 projects, which will increase your focus to get those ideas in motion.
  • How to set a 12 month planning calendar, which means you will finally have some direction in your business.
  • Learn a simple 2 minute technique that will increase your daily productivity ten fold.

Here is a preview of the course outline, you’ll receive in the member’s area:


everfocus course outline


Got Questions?

I am sure you have some questions. If I were to guess you might be thinking:

Do we really need another Evernote tutorial? This is a focus system that you can use even without Evernote if you really wanted to. I use Evernote because, in my opinion, it works well with this system. The truth is you can apply what is being taught in this course in many different ways.

Is there a money back guarantee? Absolutely. There is a 30 day no questions asked guarantee. If you don’t feel like you got your money’s worth, just shoot me an email and I will refund you.

I’m not sure if I’m in a “creative” profession or not, will this work for me? Truthfully, it can work for you but you may need to do some tweaks. If you have a boss who dictates to you what your work is, then parts of the course may not apply for you. If you are the boss and the worker, you will love this course.

I’m not a high-structured person, will this take a lot of effort to implement? Good news…I’m not very structured myself. In the past, I have struggled with systems that were too detailed. I think you will find that this system has a nice balance of structure while still leaving you room to play and be creative.

How Do I Get Started?

It’s real easy to get started. All you need to do is click on “get it now,” choose your method of payment, and you will be given a username and password to access the course!


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4 thoughts on “The EverFocus System for Creatives

  1. Jonathan, how do you differentiate between what you put in Evernote and what you use Workflowy for? I’m duplicating my efforts because of lack of clarity…Ideas?

    • That’s a great question Stevie and probably worthy of a blog post. I often use workflowy for the learning aspect of what I do. This includes any online courses, podcasts, or training videos I’m watching. I love to watch a video on the left of my computer screen, while having workflowy open on the right side of my screen. I jot down anything I think is worth capturing. Overtime, you can create an awesome library of ideas by using workflowy’s search feature. Now, if I have PDFs from a course, they go into Evernote with a special tag I’ve created just for that course. Hope the helps!

  2. Great webinar Jonathan. This is something I have been looking for – how use my Evernote more effectively and not so randomly as I have been.