7 Evernote Resources You May Not Know About

When it comes to Evernote, I am a hopeless fanboy. It has become an indispensable part of my productivity tool box. I use it as much as I use email or my calendar.

Evernote User Forum

While it is easy enough to get started with Evernote, it is a program that is incredibly deep and rich. Just when I think I have mastered it, I discover a new tip or trick. In addition, the company regularly issues new updates with additional features.

For example, last week I discovered that I can share a note with others by creating a “shared note URL.” Just right-click on any note and select Share | Copy shared note URL to clipboard. To demonstrate, here’s a template I use with event planners who book me to speak. You can share this via an email or (as I am doing now) in a blog post.

Because I have written a number of posts on Evernote, people assume I know more than I do. The truth is that I know where to find what I need to know. Rather than keeping these resources to myself, I thought I would share them with you.

Here are seven Evernote resources you may not know about:

  1. The Evernote Essentials e-Book. The author, Brett Kelly, does a great job covering the basics. This is where I tell everyone to start.
  2. The Evernote User Forum. The Evernote user community is large and growing. They are also actively engaged in helping one another solve problems.
  3. The Evernote Blog. This is the best place to hear about new updates and features. There’s nothing like getting it straight from the horse’s mouth.
  4. The Evernote App Center. This is a built in resource catalog of third-party hardware, software, gear, and even notebooks (e.g., recipes, restaurants, photography tips, etc.)
  5. Ron’s Evernote Tips. This is actually a series of three Evernote notebooks created by Ron Toledo, the marketing Manager at Evernote. You might also want to subscribe to his Tumblr blog.
  6. Evernote Blogcast. This is a podcast contains news, tips, and tricks for Evernote users at every level—beginner to advanced. This is great resource to listen to during your morning commute or run.
  7. My previous Evernote posts. I have written several posts about Evernote, mostly from the perspective of how I am using it to manage my personal life and career. You can find the complete list below.

This should get you started. If you have come across other Evernote resources, I would like to hear about them.

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  • http://profiles.google.com/cdanielthompson Daniel Thompson

    I have now subscribed to Evernote premium because of your posts. I have it on my Blackberry AND my new Nook. No matter where I am I can access my notes and instantly have it synced everywhere. This is a tremendous resource!

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Good for you. I like the Evernote allows you to try the free version and then upgrade once you are satisfied. 

    • Jenni Lathrop

      I subscribed as well. I don’t even need the premium features but they provide such a great product they should get support for it.

  • http://jhwist.tumblr.com/ Henrik Wist

    thanks for your Evernote posts, they are really useful. Even more so this meta-post about where to find more information. Keep them coming!
    P.S.: “written a number if posts” should read “[…] of posts”

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Thanks for catching that typo. I have fixed it.

  • Judy

    Other than mobility, how do you compare Evernote to Microsoft OneNote?

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Since I am a Mac user, and Microsoft doesn’t have a Mac version of OneNote, I’m afraid I don’t know. I know that it has been discussed a number of times in the comments of my posts on Evernote. You might also check the Evernote User Forum.

      • Judy

        Ahhh – thanks – will do…new to posts here.  LOVE One Note but it is not mobile.  That hasn’t been a problem so far, but love the idea of mobility and organization!

        • http://chriscornwell.org Chris Cornwell

          actually there is a OneNote iOS app. iPhone only, no iPad version though. FYI.

          • http://stevencribbs.com Steven Cribbs

            I have also found a OneNote Web App – meaning you can access your online (shared) content through a web-based version of OneNote.  And, just now verified that it can be accessed through Safari on the iPad.  An actual iPad app would be awesome; but, now I am curious to know if the web app would work out well (get the job done) in the iPad environment.

          • http://stevencribbs.com Steven Cribbs

            I guess I spoke a bit too soon.  The web app does open on the iPad; however, the mobile browser does not seem to play nicely.  So, you can’t really do a whole lot with it other than maybe view existing notes.

          • http://chriscornwell.org Chris Cornwell

            Good find. Don’t use onenote personally, but thanks for the add!

    • http://stevencribbs.com Steven Cribbs

      I currently use both Evernote and OneNote.  Both applications have great features.  There is a difference in the way notes are organized and accessed (both work well –  I just find myself noticing the difference because there are aspects that I really like in both).

      The cross-section of tools and functionality are similar; although, I have found OneNote to have more tools (like drwaing tools, highlighting, integration with Outlook for tasks/reminders, and others).  Evernote does have a growing online community that serves it well and the mobility does set it a part.

      I started with OneNote and still really like, and use, the application.  I am using Evernote more now that I have an iPad and a reason to use the mobility sweetness (especially for blogging ideas when I am not near my computer).

      • Jmhardy97

        I use them both also, but I really like Evernote. It is userfriendly and you can find information very easily.


      • http://www.jeffrandleman.com Jeff Randleman

        Update on a conversation from a few weeks ago, Steven… I just bought an iPad…

        • http://stevencribbs.com Steven Cribbs

          So, the envy ends and a new era begins :-)

          I am still learning new ways to use my iPad – including ways that really change my workflow and ways that I would still rather use my laptop… I am reading and responding to MH’s blog today sitting on my porch with my iPad ;-)

          • http://www.jeffrandleman.com Jeff Randleman

            So it begins. 

            I have a brief post on it scheduled to hit my blog tomorrow.  I’d appreciate you driopping by to add any “must have” apps you’ve discovered.  Besides Evernote….. obviously.

          • http://stevencribbs.com Steven Cribbs

            I look forward to checking it out.

          • http://www.jeffrandleman.com Jeff Randleman


  • Anonymous

    I used another program that was similar to Evernote, but I never found myself using it.  Since I began following your blog a few months ago, I’ve been using Evernote daily.  It helps with organizing my thoughts, to-do list and research/reading for the various projects I’m working on.  I appreciate you continuing to add value in the way that you do Michael and thanks for making a difference in my life!

  • Pam Stephens

    Michael, I cannot get the link “preconference call template” to load- either in the email feed or the blog post–I am using Google Chrome browser…don’t know if anyone else had a problem. Love your posts!

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Hmm. I just tried it again, and it worked for me. I am also using Chrome. If I find a solution, I’ll let you know.

    • http://jhwist.tumblr.com/ Henrik Wist

      Loaded just fine for me, also with Google Chrome.

  • http://chriscornwell.org Chris Cornwell

    Maybe if I had the ability to be plugged in during my day job, such as working in an office at my computer most of the day, I would use Evernote more than I do. For now, I get by totally fine with the free version. Maybe one day.

  • http://www.facebook.com/momofkings Dawn Michelle King

    I love, love, love Evernote. You introduced me to it, Michael and now I am hooked. I even bought Evernote Essentials on your recommendation and I hope to get a LiveScribe pen soon so I never lose anything again.

    I use Evernote many ways: 

    Household: bills and finances, passwords, and other information I need to keep handy (like the Social Security numbers of my 7 children).  

    Blogging: I draft all my posts in Evernote, clip final posts to have an archive, brainstorm ideas and keep a to do list.

    Speaking: I draft speeches for Toastmasters, teachings I give to my accountability group or ladies’ groups, and even the one sermon I gave in church. I also brainstorm.

    Writing: I plan on outlining novels and nonfiction books in Evernote.

    Spiritual: sermon notes, Bible study notes, memory verse list, prayer list, prophetic words I’ve received, and articles I’ve clipped.

    Personal: reading list, wishlist, goals, dreams, education, etc. 

    Kids: I have a notebook for each of my 7 children so I can jot down ideas, information I need, or even consequences I’ve assigned (because I forget sometimes. LOL)

    Career: I have notebook for my husband and myself to keep career highlights in, resumes, cover letters, etc. 

    I love the fact that all this is with me anyplace I am and that I can access it on my smart phone or any computer. Now I need a tablet too so I can read the notes easily while speaking. LOL

    Thanks for sharing Evernote with us!

    • Timblank12

      Thanks for sharing this list.  Very helpful and organized!

    • Jmhardy97


      great list of Ideas……..I will have to add folders after reading your list.


  • http://bschebs.com Bschebs

    It seems like it had been a while since the last EN post,  I was going through withdrawals.  Thanks for the the tips Michael. This post is the icing on the cake.  I Think you have covered most topics, but I look forwards to updates when you learn new tricks.  

    • http://byrdmouse.wordpress.com Jonathan

      I like it when he posts again because he includes links to his other Evernote posts, making it even easier to go back and re-read the ones you didn’t pay enough attention to, or read the ones you missed.

      • http://bschebs.com Bschebs

        That is a nice touch by Mr. Hyatt.  It is something that I will do on my blog in the future.

        • http://byrdmouse.wordpress.com Jonathan

          Just one more way his intentional leadership is received.

  • http://www.forward-living.com W. Mark Thompson

    Awesome! Thanks for this, MH!

    …and you’re right… I thought you knew more than you’re giving yourself credit.  :)


  • http://emmanuelpress.com/blog/ Chris Cree

    I started using Evernote a bit over a year ago. Before I had little text files all over my computers with client notes in them. If I was on my laptop invariably the info I needed was on my desktop and vice versa.

    Evernote has made it easy for me to find what I need no matter what device I’m using. And I never have to think, “now what folder did I save that note in again?”

  • Kent Faver

    Hi Michael – I have not yet tried Evernote, but will do so based on your recommendation.  Frankly, I had never heard of it until I read it on your blog (I’m fairly new here) several weeks ago. It sounds like this is the greatest thing ever, but, surprisingly I did find a few negative reviews on line.  Most were centered around the free vs. paid version.  At what point does one go to the $5/month?  I think it’s 45 mb, which is not much stuff – but then I’ve never tried it so I don’t want to assume negatively based on a review.  Thanks!

    • http://bschebs.com Bschebs

      I would recommend reading all of Michael’s posts, then diving in.  I tried it a year ago, but wasn’t thrilled with it.  But since Mr. Hyatt started his series and I learned a lot more about how to effectively use it,  I now love it.  Really increased my efficency and retention.

  • http://successbeginstoday.org/wordpress John Richardson

    Thanks, Michael, for another helpful post. I wasn’t aware of the shared web link building in Evernote. In fact when I tried it on my PC, it wasn’t there. I looked on the Mac Version and it was there with a right click. I went back to my PC version and clicked on Help, check for updates. Sure enough there was a new version, which took care of the problem. I think this will be great for checklists and lots of simple documents. 

    Here is a question… If you have the premium version, can you share Word documents by URL? This would certainly be worth the upgrade for me as I share a lot of Word docs with my blog users. Definitely another delivery solution. 

    Thanks Dr. Evernote for another custom application!

  • http://ericspeir.com/ Eric

    Michael, you’ve still proven yourself to be one of the Evernote gurus! I started using it as a result of reading your blog. I’m not even close to understanding all of it but I’m gaining headway. In any case, I use it quite a bit for my blog and other resources as well. Thanks for sharing your goldmine of resources.

  • http://blog.cyberquill.com Cyberquill

    Can you use Evernote with WordPress, i.e., compose blog posts offline on Evernote (including adding pictures to a post), and then just upload the finished post to WordPress and publish as usually? 

    • Joe Lalonde

      I did a quick search and found a few plugins for WordPress and Evernote. Here’s a couple of links that may be helpful –


      Hope this helps you out!

      • http://blog.cyberquill.com Cyberquill

        Thanks. I installed a plugin called EverPress, which, as per its description, “allows Evernote users to automatic post their shared notebooks to WordPress.”

        I suppose a “shared notebook” can be a regular blog post, including pictures and all.

        I confess I’ve never actually used Evernote. It sounds great, but also rather complicated, given that Michael keeps suggesting one buy an 84-page ebook that merely “covers the basics.”

        • Joe Lalonde

          You’re welcome. I’m glad to have been of help.

        • http://www.jeffrandleman.com Jeff Randleman

          The ebook is 84 pages long, but the format could be changed to reduce the size.  It’s not as daunting as it seems at first glance.  Jump in!  I did, and I love it.

      • Jmhardy97


        Thank you for the help.


        • Joe Lalonde

          Jim, I’m glad I could help you. I hope it is what you needed.

  • Ben Shearon

    Hi Michael

    Love your stuff, and now have Evernote accounts for myself and my business, largely thanks to you :)

    Just a quick pedantic comment in case you are using that document you linked to for your business: the second and third items have typos in them. Should be
    What churches/organizations/companies are similar to yours? (Who are your competitors?)What are the issues that are front-burner for your church/organization/company right now?

  • http://byrdmouse.wordpress.com Jonathan

    Edit comment: Fourth paragraph, seventh word, ‘of’ instead of ‘if’?

  • http://byrdmouse.wordpress.com Jonathan

    I tried Evernote based on your suggestion, didn’t like it and unloaded it from my iPhone. Then based on your continued suggestions tried it again. I just got my wife an iPhone and didn’t give her the choice, I told her she will use it and she will like it so just figure it out. Nothing yet, but I’ll let you know. Meanwhile, I’m a frequent user now. I’ve not yet figured out the template thing, but I’m working on it.

    • http://www.jeffrandleman.com Jeff Randleman

      Love that story!  I’m trying to teach my wife and several people in our church to use it.  Great stuff awaits…!

      • http://byrdmouse.com Jonathan

        I had a friend working on my wife’s notebook yesterday and he was restoring shortcuts. He found Evernote and asked me if I used it. After I got done describing it he said he would be looking into it.

        As for my wife, I just got her an iPhone and am trying to convince her to give Evernote a try as well. Time will tell.

        • http://www.jeffrandleman.com Jeff Randleman

          I’ve convinced most of my youth ministry network to give it a try.  We “geeked out” over it at camp last week…

  • http://www.facebook.com/barryhill Barry Hill

    this is great stuff thanks. I have switched over to Evernote and even bought a scanner. One thing I would love you to post on is managing your day to day tasks in evernote. once things go in your inbox do you work directly from there? how often do you review the different folders? I am a follower David Allens’s GTD workflow management and wondered if you can correlate that to Evernote? 

  • Patrick Jones

    Just out of curiosity, is there any connection between Evernote and EverChurch?

    • Joe Lalonde

      Patrick, as far as I can tell there is no connection between the two.

  • http://twitter.com/CoachTheresaIF Theresa Ip Froehlich

    Michael, Thank you for sharing what you know about Evernote. I just got the Evernote Essentials download and I’m going to try my hand at it. Being not tech savvy, I’ve got lots to learn.

    Thank you for sharing.

  • http://twitter.com/CoachTheresaIF Theresa Ip Froehlich

    Michael, I have a question unrelated to Evernote.

    There are a lot of followers following you. I think this community can be greatly strengthened if we can follow each other as well. I could click on each name and invite the person to connect, but if your coder can find a way to make it easier than clicking on each name, one at a time, that would really be awesome.

    Most people are on at least FaceBook and Twitter.

  • Tim Blankenship

    Still using the free version. Like the concept and love the helpful resources.

  • http://lifeallin.ent Jacob Musselman

    Thanks for another great post. I’ve got to buckle down and get all this set-up for optimal performance. I’ve noticed you’ve got several templates set-up for your activities. I would love to know more about what template you use.

    • http://byrdmouse.wordpress.com Jonathan

      Templates are the one thing I have yet to figure out as well. Both in Evernote and in Outlook.

  • Joe Lalonde

    Thanks for providing links to these resources.

  • Joymount1

    Thanks Michael! Another useful post.

  • http://monetizeblog.info mikezilla14

    Very useful list I find a lot of first time users find evernote a bit daunting as it’s so open ended in it’s design. Resources like this do a lot to demystify it all and get people up and running quickly

  • http://www.BartLeger.com Bart Leger

    Another useful Evernote post. As usual, this post will get sent to Evernote along with the ever growing list of resources already there. Keep them coming!

  • http://about.me/ryanjriehl Ryan J Riehl

    Thanks so much for teaching us about Evernote. I use it for most of my work now. I followed your advice to organize everything vertically in Stacks and Notebooks. I was instantly more productive. 

  • http://twitter.com/dravlani Deepak Ravlani

    Am new to your blog & don’t know whether you use Google Reader, but  I’m going to assume it you do. 
    From Google Reader, how do you send every thoughtful article you read to Evernote?Via email or using Send to: Evernote. These options become cumbersome to use If you read & save a lot. I was wondering, If there is a RSS import option in evernote, that can pick labeled/shared posts of Google reader into Evernote automatically?

  • kramer49

    How do you get stuff out of Evernote in a format that others can use – like Word documents or Excel spreadsheets?

  • Jmhardy97


    I to belong to Evernote Premium and I have found it very useful. When I travel, it is nice to have information right there on my Iphone.


    • http://www.jeffrandleman.com Jeff Randleman

      It’s pretty awesome!

  • Patty

    I have never heard of Evernote. 

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  • http://LookingForPurpose.com Dylan Dodson

    I’m still trying to figure the whole evernote thing out. I haven’t spent too much time on it yet though, although your posts always encourage me to do so!

    • turner_bethany

      I am in the same boat. Every time he writes about Evernote, I feel like I need to get it into my daily life a little bit more. 

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  • http://www.jeffrandleman.com Jeff Randleman

    I’m in the same boat as you:  Every time I think I have it figurted out, I learn something new about Evernote.  I’m loving this program more and more.  Thanks for the list of great resources!

  • turner_bethany

    Love your little nuggets of wisdom on Evernote. So helpful. 

  • http://techta.co Brandon Collins

    I created a cheat sheet for Evernote recently that helps me maneuver in the desktop client quickly and effectively. I think it might make a good addition to this list.

    Here’s the link:

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Thanks, Brandon. Very cool.

    • Lburks16

      Thanks for the cheat sheet – it is great

  • http://BrentFielder.com Brent Fielder

    Evernote has become a huge part of my work-flow as well.  Also, what has hugely helped me is the post your wrote on how to scan directly into Evernote (http://michaelhyatt.com/how-to-scan-documents-directly-into-evernote.html).  

    The scanner you recommended was incredible!  I had over half of all of my paper files and stacks on my deck in a matter of hours (The other half is on the agenda for this week).  Now they are all recycled and in Evernote where I can easily search them at all times.

    I cannot wait to continue to learn more in Evernote as I use it more and more.

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  • Dale Aceron

    I just found today that you can right click the opened icon on the toolbar (PC) and take a snapshot of your screen and it automatically turns the image into a note.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      Cool. I wasn’t aware of that.

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  • http://profiles.google.com/bluefrog419 Eric Boyd

    Michael – Would you be so kind as to create a public notebook filled w/ all these wonderful Evernote tips and share w/ us?


    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I’ll consider that. Thanks!

  • Enhayden

    I have Evernote loaded onto my personal computer, work computer and Android Phone.  I am also a GTD fanatic so I’m trying to figure out the best way to move forward with effective use of Evernote.  Your blog and links are fantastic and have really helped me understand the features and benefits of the Evernote system…now, I just need to start using it and figuring out best ways to proceed.  Thanks!  Great “stuff!” 

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  • Dale Aceron

    Hi Michael,

    I have started using Evernote lately due to your blogs and love it.
    Here’s something new:

    Touchanote Brings Evernote to Life With NFC Tags [VIDEO]: http://on.mash.to/mOB5CH

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  • Wendylambert64

    For the life of me, I cannot figure out how to use the OCR feature on the bus cards that I have uploaded from my iphone through the Business Card Manager app.  Help!

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      The OCR feature is only a feature on the Premium version of Evernote.

      • Tyler Simonds

        I have the free version and I’ve found that I can upload photos, and Evernote recognizes text – even allowing me to search for it. Am I doing something different than OCR?

        • http://michaelhyatt.com/ Michael Hyatt

          I think this feature is available to everyone now.

  • marina

    I too am a fan of Evernote and have found your articles very useful. Thank you! I have a question, though. Do you still keep documents in your pc? Or have you ‘migrated’ completely to Evernote? Or, maybe, you keep docs in both your pc and evernote, kind of duplicates? Thanks!

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      I only store in evernote, documents where I might need to get back to the content inside the document. I don’t store everything.

  • Gerfreriks

    I subscribed to Evernote quite some time ago, but are getting much more interested last weeks by reading your articles: wow! But now one not so nice question keeps nagging… What about getting things OUT of Evernote?
    I know you can mail an item, or safe it as HTML, but hat’s not enough, cause I understand Evernote is NOT an archive, it’s more a (great!) way for keeping things ‘on the go’. When finished: delete. I see people scanning all their papers into Evernote, assurance, birth papers a.s.o. These are things you maybe want to keep the rest of your life / the coming years. But Evernote has it’s (mb) limitations?! And even when you put in a scan of a way to make a nice panini or something, eventually you will like to keep it. So now I’m looking for some program to manage my pdf archive to use next to Evernote… Am I right???

    Really hope you have some answer, or at least can tell me how you manage these things.
    Thanks for all the inspiration! Regards! Ger (from Holland)

    • Storm Grey

       The 60 MB limit (on free accounts) is a limitation on the amount you can upload each month, not on the amount you can store in your EverNote account.

  • http://twitter.com/wwwel7lcom yasser

     nice article, i just finished bookmarking it for future reference. i would love to read on future posts. how do i configure the rss again? thanks!

  • Jonathan

    I used evernote for a while before I found out how to start in the right place. (Too hard to explain). Consequently, I put all my notes in the default notebook. Today I learned how to create different notebooks, but have not yet seen one word about how to take my “loose” notes and put them into these newly created notebooks!  I’ve tried every thing I can imagine. Maybe I’m not the only one…

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  • Toniwatts

    great piece.  surely evernote users will find your tips very helpful.  also want to share a simple tip for Kindle owners who are using evernote, you can use clippingsconverter.com, a free online tool, to convert your clippings to other formats such as word, or pdf, then upload them directly to evernote. Well, just sharing something I recently learned from another user. 

  • Ronkelley

    Thank you for the great links and information on Evernote. Question: How do I post on the Evernote User Forum? Do you need to be a Premium Member to do that?

    • http://michaelhyatt.com Michael Hyatt

      No, I think you just have to register.

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  • AJ-Light

    Thank you, but this really does not tell me how to set up the url just that it exists. Do you need webspace somewhere? How do you actually do this. 

    • http://michaelhyatt.com/ Michael Hyatt

      The URL simply points to the Evernote server, where your note is stored. I provided the directions in the third paragraph. Did you try those?

  • Dpchabaneix

    I am looking for an application to catalog books directly or using the ISBN number including e books and link to my notes evaluations and track of my reading Any suggestion? Thanks

  • Howard

    What is your calendar program of choice? Have you ever used a shared calendar?

    Thanks in advance,


    • http://michaelhyatt.com/ Michael Hyatt

      I use Google calendar. I use Agenda on my iOS devices to access it. I use the shared calendar aspect of Google calendar. Several people need access to my calendar. Thanks.

  • Pete

    how do I get my notes from Mac to show in evernote

  • Natalia Nyatina

    I have also been using Everbot for Evernote. It’s very helpful. I have been an Evernote fan for years and this new app Everbot came in very handy.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com/ Michael Hyatt

      That looks pretty cool. However, they have changed the name to Powerbot.

  • Pward

    I’m new to Evernote and Scansnap 1300i.  How can I scan multiple business cards to evernote but have them as individual notes?

    • http://michaelhyatt.com/ Michael Hyatt

      You have to do them one at a time.

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  • jlnixon

    The link to the Evernote Pre Conference Call Template gives me an error message each time I click it. Thanks!

    • http://michaelhyatt.com/ Michael Hyatt

      I am not sure what happened, Joshua. However, I think I have fixed it. Can you give it another try?

      • jlnixon

        It works now. Thanks a lot! I love your blog and podcast; they are both a tremendous help to me.

  • Scott

    I didn’t try all the links, but numbers 4 and 5 are broken.

    • http://michaelhyatt.com/ Michael Hyatt

      Thanks for reporting these broken links. I just fixed them.

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    #6 link is broken

    • http://michaelhyatt.com/ Michael Hyatt

      It should be fixed now. Thanks.


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