January 25, 2024 in Digital Organizing, Notion, Productivity

As a time-pressed small business owner, staying organized and focused is paramount to my success. That’s why I’m a massive fan of Notion – it’s my trusty companion in navigating the complexities of both my work and personal life. And let me tell you, the latest Notion template has taken my organizational game to the next level.


Let’s talk project management. In my world, efficiency is key, and that’s where the concept of sprints comes into play. A sprint is like a power hour on steroids – a focused burst of activity where I tackle specific tasks within a defined time-frame, usually spanning from a week to a month. It’s a strategy deeply ingrained in methodologies like scrum and agile, especially prevalent in the realm of software development and project management.

Notion’s Take

Now, enter Notion’s latest gem: the “Projects, Tasks, Sprints” template. I’ve been using it religiously for the past two weeks, and let me tell you, it’s a game-changer. Sure, I may not have a team to collaborate with – as a solopreneur, I wear many hats – but that doesn’t diminish its utility one bit.

With Notion, organizing tasks is a breeze. The ability to categorize them by status – whether they’re “Not Started,” “In Progress,” “Done,” or “Archived” – streamlines my workflow like never before. Picture this: a sleek board view where I can effortlessly drag tasks from “Not Started” to “In Progress” the moment I dive in. And when I conquer a task, a simple drag-and-drop to “Done” updates the sprint’s completion data in real-time.

But here’s the kicker: it’s not just about ticking off boxes. The structure of this template is a productivity booster in itself. It keeps me laser-focused, ensuring I’m always working on what matters most and making tangible progress towards my goals. I go into detail about how notion compares with other apps in this blog post.

Final Thoughts

In the fast-paced world of entrepreneurship, every second counts. And with Notion by my side, I’m not just keeping up – I’m thriving.

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