Rahber Tech School

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Project Management with Trello

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About Course

This class is all about balance, something I’ve really struggled with over the last couple of years. I juggle a busy job as a full-time lawyer, a YouTube side-hustle and time spent doing the things that truly matter: seeing family, meeting up with friends and going on dates with Beth. But it’s really only since implementing this simple Trello productivity system that I’ve been able to be fully present and focused on whatever it is I’m trying to do. I think I am slowly finding balance.

So, in this class, I walk you step-by-step through building your own insanely powerful Trello system, which will:

  • Reduce overwhelm – segment your life and see everything you have going on
  • Ensure you never miss a deadline – feel totally on top of everything you need to get done
  • Prioritise what really matters – focus on the most important pieces of work, as well as your family and social life
  • Give you focus – find true mental clarity and produce your best work ever
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What Will You Learn?

  • The basic concepts of Trello and Kanban
  • Setting up specific Trello boards for managing personal tasks, team projects and business operations
  • Setting up automation between Trello and other platforms and services
  • Applying the different parts of the "Getting Things Done" framework to your Trello boards
  • Setting up weekly and monthly based frameworks
  • Extending Trello's functions by using add-ons

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5 years ago
I really enjoyed this course. It is a great introduction to a very effective organizer visual tool. I liked the provided boards’ examples. I would recommend Adam’s Trello course to anyone who wants to organize and manage their personal and business activities.
5 years ago
I really enjoyed this course. It is a great introduction to a very effective organizer visual tool. I liked the provided boards’ examples. I would recommend Adam’s Trello course to anyone who wants to organize and manage their personal and business activities.