Have you ever purchased one of those big bundles of courses and programmes?
You know the ones where you get 30 programmes for $47 or $97? I know it can feel a bit overwhelming looking at all of those courses and you might wonder when on earth you’d actually use them or how to manage them all.
If that sounds like you, you need to create a free Notion Courses and Programmes library!
Notion is a free online tool – it’s a bit like Google Drive, Trello and Evernote had a baby. I absolutely love it and manage my entire life and business in it.
But even if you don’t want to really dig into using Notion, just setting it up for the sake of this courses and programmes library is absolutely going to be worth it.
Here’s a video that shows you step by step how to create your library:
H/t to Jonathan Stewart – Notion expert as I’m sure I saw him share something like this in a Facebook group first, this is my version of it.
Like I said in the video, I use this to keep track of everything I’ve signed up for so I can keep them organised and see what I can dip in and out of when I need to.
When it comes to bundles, I tend to sign up for all the programmes I’m interested in, even if I don’t see myself using them right away.
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Usually the cost v the value included makes the bundle worth purchasing even if it’s just for a couple of the programmes. Then I always have access to those tools when I need them so I can dip in and out of various programmes depending on what I’m working on at that moment.
If this has made you curious about how you can use Notion as an organisation tool, check out Muchelle B on Youtube, I love her videos where she shares how she uses Notion.
Going to give this ago? I’d love to know how you get on, leave me a comment and let me know!
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