Future lifehacks for everyone?

Last week I gave another introduction on lifehacking at the Verbal Jam in Antwerp. Everytime it strikes me that there are different kind of people with different backgrounds and technical skills in the room. To make things clear for everybody, you can now choose how much you want to learn about these lifehacks. Every lifehack that I elaborate on in full detail will be divided in 4 parts and a PDF is prepared and ready for you to download.

The first part is called : Short. In brief, I’ll explain the pain (frustration?) or background situation on what the lifehack is about.

The second part : Cut will give you a short intro in what the lifehack solves or how much time or money it “cuts” for you. Why you should implement the lifehack and all kinds of advantages are mentioned here.

The third part is the Shortcut : the lifehack explained for technically advanced users. No hassle, clear overview on how to implement the lifehack.

The final part is called the Longcut. In this part a step by step explanation on how to implement the lifehack is presented. Often with screenshots and extra insights or more detailed info to get started.

So, the less info you need, the less you have to read to get things stared 🙂 The more info you require, the more detailed info is provided!

Most people know that lifehacking for me is about finding shortcuts in life. So, that’s how I came up with these 4 parts… Read about Piclens, my first lifehack in PDF-format to enjoy the Short, Cut, Shortcut and Longcut!

Enjoy every day,
Bert Verdonck
Lifehacker

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