Re-Introducing The Paperless Action Plan

Re-Introducing The Paperless Action Plan

Paperless Action Plan

Twice over the past year, I held online classes for two groups of awesome DocumentSnap readers who wanted to take action on going paperless. I called the class the Paperless Action Plan.

Due to popular demand, I’m happy to announce that I am re-opening the even-better-than-before Paperless Action Plan today.

This project is a four-module class over five weeks that is focused specifically on helping you create an end-to-end, customized action plan for going paperless, as well as helping you sort out what you need to do to put your plan into action.

Learn more or register here.

This is strictly limited to two weeks only (aka, until October 17). After that, the registration will be closed.

What It Is

Great question. The Paperless Action Plan has four action-focused lessons over five weeks. Why five weeks? Between week 1 and 2, I have “office hours” to answer any questions that you may have, and we take a catch-up week.

I know that everyone learns differently, so each week we will have:

  • A live teleclass with Q&A time where I cover the material.
  • Downloadable PDFs with the important takeaways.
  • Recorded MP3 files so you can listen (or re-listen) to the lessons at your convenience.
  • Worksheets and handouts so you can put the lessons into action.

There is also a special members-only forum where you can ask me and the other class members questions about your situation, so you can get the best strategy.

At the end of the class, you will have everything you need to put together your own paperless action plan, and know exactly what to do to accomplish it.

Who it Is For

You want to go paperless, but are not sure where to start. You are tired of looking all over the Internet for bits and pieces of information and would like to just have everything consolidated in one place. You need more help than just organizing your documents. You’ve read and read, but haven’t done much to get going.

How do you keep the physical paper in your life under control? How do you organize and keep everything safe? How do you stay on track? How do you convince the people around you that you’re not crazy for doing this?

Who It Is Not For

The Paperless Action Plan won’t review every single scanner, software, and backup option. We will share our experiences and recommendations, but if you are looking for an in-depth tutorial on every piece of hardware and software out there, it is probably not what you want.

It is also not for you if you just want to buy it, download the materials, and not do anything with it. No guide or piece of software is going to “go paperless” for you. At the end of the day, you have to actually do the stuff outlined. If you are not at the place to be able to do that yet (and I understand if you are not), this may not be for you.

That’s it! Hopefully speak to you soon on the first call.

Here’s the link again if you are interested in learning more.

About the Author

Brooks Duncan helps individuals and small businesses go paperless. He's been an accountant, a software developer, a manager in a very large corporation, and has run DocumentSnap since 2008. You can find Brooks on Twitter at @documentsnap or @brooksduncan. Thanks for stopping by.

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