MY BEST TECH: Jonathan Weinstock
Wednesday, October 23, 2013/
Jonathan Weinstock, 35, is a serial entrepreneur, blogger, speaker, avid sports fan and proud father. Jonathan helps founders turn imaginative ideas into enduring companies and is the founder of MVP Genius, Launchtwo People and Sports Grab. He is also currently a board member of the Entrepreneur’s Organisation in Melbourne.
His favourite piece of technology helps this busy entrepreneur stay on top of his hectic schedule.
My favourite piece of tech is my notepad and pen – the greatest invention ever. Still used by Sir Richard Branson. Steve Jobs didn’t invent it despite its simplicity and ease of use. It’s highly underrated.
It’s used to jot down notes from phone conversations and meetings, ideas, thoughts, insights, checklists, to-do lists, notes, graphs and more!
It provides a quick easy tool to capture information and also provide a quick visual while probably using another part of the brain. Great also to look back on the week or month for a quick review.
Frees up the mind as information is stored on paper! Definitely a must have! Never leave home without it and I feel lost without it. Fits perfectly in the top drawer.
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