AJ

Success story of AJ Rollsy

Author, consultant and entrepreneur

Founder of the CORE Marketing Method

Challenge

Because I lead two distinct businesses, each with a small remote team and large number of collaboration partners, it can be challenging to ensure information is gathered and shared in a controlled way. Also, a big part of my role is in ideation and synthesizing important concepts from other sources (interviews, meetings, lectures etc). I need a convenient way to very quickly create notes and capture ideas. I then need to be able to sort these and manage them later.

Solution

The most frequent way is by me recording short concepts, ideas, and summaries of discussions for later review and management. I’ve also found that Nimbus is an effective way to share and collaborate with my remote team asynchronously as we are on different time zones.

Results

The most immediate result is that I have been more effective on a daily basis in recording key concepts that otherwise may have been lost. I estimate that I have saved about two hours per week and more critically have not lost some information that has proven to be very valuable in my work.

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