It seems like it wasn\u2019t that long ago that I wrote you guys about how I was working so hard to get things cleaned and organized on my computers\u2026\n\nBut\u2026\n\nHere I am again. Not completed from last time\u2026\n\nAnyone who knows what I\u2019m talking about here knows that if you don\u2019t keep things organized as you go then it becomes a daunting task to do it later. Sometimes that is easier said than done. We get busy, things get in the way, or others were forgotten.\n\nPart of getting it right is having the right system. And I have had my share of \u201cwrong\u201d systems. I am certainly still trying to figure it all out. You can read about some of that in my\u00a0Paper vs Digital posts\u00a0(at the time of writing I still have 2 more posts to come).\n\nToday I am going to tell you about 2 new tools I have added to the mix that seems to be holding their own weight\u2026 My only evidence is that I am sitting here writing this blog post now instead of \u2026\n\n1st\u00a0up on our list is\u00a0Getting Things Done. This is more of a methodology than a tool but it is just as much a tool in how you use it. I found the book terribly boring and recommend not getting it \u2013 sorry to David Allen for that. However, there is this\u00a0YouTube video\u00a0which does a good job of breaking things down in about 8 min. And eventually, I will finish the book. To help with the system there is an app called\u00a0GSDfaster. I\u2019ve been using this for around a week now and really am enjoying it. I will make a blog post about it when I get through the book and understand the system fully.\n\n2nd\u00a0on our list we have\u00a0pCloud! I got this\u00a0AppSumo deal\u00a0for 500 GB of space for a lifetime for 1 payment of $49. I loved it so much I upgraded to the 2TB plan for $200 more. You might ask how that helps but as someone that uses several devices, several computers, and in many locations. I have had to leap-frog my cloud storage solutions for years. OneDrive, Dropbox, Google, and iCloud are all full and due to device limitations not all of them are on all of my devices. But\u00a0pCloud\u00a0is different\u2026 It saves my data in the cloud and gives me a virtual hard drive effectively extending my hard drive to the size I need. I can also set a cache size allowing me to keep all the files offline if needed such as if I were traveling where there was no internet but still needed access to my files.\n\nI hope you found that useful! I will let you know as things develop and I find more useful tools. Additionally, I have made a major change on my\u00a0Ultimate Guide to Online Marketing\u00a0essentially I have followed my own advice and made an adjustment to my target audience. This guide is going to be most helpful to anyone running some sort of service based business such as coaching, consulting, and alike. You can find more details on the actual post as it develops by clicking here.\n\nThanks, everyone!\n\n-Spencer\n\nPS I will do a blog post about this in the future but I have used affiliate links when possible. This costs you nothing extra and helps cover the costs of operating the many sites I have. Thank you!