Every now and then an app comes along that revolutionises the way you work or study. For me, Trello is one of them. I use it to create “Boards” of all my learning goals, and populate these with links or books that I want to read/watch in order to cover these topics.
I am a great believer in continual lifelong learning. We should always be learning, alway curious, always humble.
Many of my “Boards” are theology-related but you can create Boards for any topics that you like. For me, Trello has huge advantages:
- It has an interface that is toally flexible. It really feels as if you are pinning notes on a cork notice board.
- It enjoys a seamless integration with my other apps: Google Docs, Dropbox which is where I increasingly keep more and more of my life.
- I can organise all of my Boards in different “organisations” so I can keep my church Boards, personal study Boards and other material neatly separated.
- I can collaborate with others if I use Trello for project management.
You should totally sign up. I get a free upgrade if you do 😉
Check out this link to learn more: https://trello.com/johnbaw/recommend