David Feldman

It’s Time to be Productive

Blog Post created by David Feldman Champion on Sep 8, 2016

We all have a million places to go, and a never ending to-do list.  Life gets so hectic, it’s amazing how we even keep up sometimes.  The good news is that we live in a day and age where technology is right at our fingertips ready to help us conquer our daily tasks and be the most productive you possible.  Here are just a few apps that can help you manage your day and your life.




It’s a little pricey at $5, but this to-do app is simple, sleek, and will motivate you to clear your list, and knock out all of your lingering items. It also syncs to your iCloud account, so it’s easy to make Clear your cross-device management system.




If you’re like me, you have a sticky notes all over the place with passwords to who knows what. This app creates a secure password for your various accounts and them remembers them so you don’t have to. Resetting your forgotten passwords is now a thing of the past.


7 Minute Workout


Don’t have the time to go to the gym every single day?  For most of us, we want to stay fit, but fitting it into a busy schedule is tough, if not impossible.  The 7 Minute Workout app is a great on-the-go companion if you need to break a quick sweat and get your heart-rate up for a few minutes.




Chances are you’ve heard of this.  If that’s the case, and you haven’t tried it, THE TIME HAS COME!  True it’s not the cheapest subscription out there ($15 a month for two books), but that’s definitely cheaper than buying two books a month, and these ones you can listen to!  Read novels or books about leadership.  It’s a great investment in your career and your sanity.




Don’t waste time showing up somewhere without a reservation.  OpenTable is the easiest way to grab a table with the touch of a finger. Open tables are put into the system frequently, so it’s a great way to quickly snag a reservation for that busy restaurant on a Friday night.


So there you have it.  Five apps that will greatly improve your productivity and quality of life.  What are your favorite productivity apps?  Feel free to share below!