[act-ma] 7/7 SoJust ProfDev: Productivity Tech Tips (aka how to do it all and still sleep)

Robbie Samuels send2robbie at gmail.com
Fri Jun 20 05:30:14 PDT 2014

Hi there,

No matter how computer savvy you are you'll leave this session with a few 
new tricks up your sleeve. This training is only offered once a year - so 
don't put off the chance to add more incredibly useful tools to your 
toolbox. Have a favorite productivity tech tool? Email me and we'll check 
it out. We're always looking for new tips!

 *Join Socializing for Justice for a ProfDev (professional development) 
training on Productivity Tech Tips Monday, July 7, 6:00-8:30 PM.*
The tech world can be an overwhelming place. You know that there are 1001 
great (and free) tools you can be using to live a more productive life, but 
you don't know where to start. Let us help you out! At this ProfDev we will 
go in depth to demonstrate many great tools you should be using everyday, 
including Rapportive (social media Gmail integration), Google docs and 
forms, Jing (video captures), Dropbox, a recently discovered "zero inbox" 
tool, and much more. 

*Fee: $10 advance/$20 door - split with trainers Limited space - register 
ahead of time: www.sojust.org <http://www.sojust.org>* 
Credit cards accepted online. Cash only at the door (if space available). 
*Newcomers always welcomed*

*Tell your friends!*
Invite them to the *Facebook event 
<https://www.facebook.com/events/1417667268513098/>* and share this *Facebook 
* ClicktoTweet <http://ctt.ec/6w3ob>:  *Shoestring budget? Long hours? Work 
smarter. Attend @SoJust Productivity Tech Tips 7/7 6PM http://ctt.ec/6w3ob+ 

*Jess Samuels* (@JessMSamuels <http://www.twitter.com/jessmsamuels>) has 
been talking tech for over 20 years. Her very first computer (not counting 
her Atari) was a hand-me-down black and white Macintosh Classic. However, 
it was her Macintosh Performa that really made her fall in love with all of 
the possibilities that computers and the budding internet could bring into 
our lives. Since then she has developed an intense curiosity for new 
technology and how to make it useful in our day to day lives. Jess also has 
a strong interest in design, and tries to find ways to wed her love for 
graphics and tech (especially in designing infographics). 

*Robbie Samuels* (@RobbieSamuels <http://www.twitter.com/robbiesamuels>) is 
often asked how he manages to do so much and still sleep. These tips are 
the answer. His non-stop schedule includes running 1-2 events a month for 
Socializing for Justice, 23 events a year for Gay & Lesbian Advocates & 
Defenders and 1-4 trainings a month "on the side". No wonder Boston City 
Council named his birthday "Robbie Samuels Day" in 2011! His very first 
computer was a Commodore 64 when he was in 3rd grade and he was hooked. 
Some thought he'd "go into computers", but instead he uses technology to 
enhance his life, increase his productivity and engage with his community. 
Learn more about his trainings, including: "Art of the Schmooze" and 
"Fundraising: Getting Past the Fear of Asking" at www.robbiesamuels.com. 

6:00-6:30 Socializing -  
*bring your own dinner * 6:30-8:30 Training and Q&A

- The NonProfit Center* is located one block from South Station at 89 South 
Street. The Center is physically accessible through the main lobby.

*Socializing for Justice - www.sojust.org <http://www.sojust.org>* 
Since 2006, we've been building this great sandbox where we can bring 
progressives of all stripes together and try out new ideas in this 
"Movement Moment". Spaces like this are crucial as we start to reframe and 
build new visions for our movement(s).

SoJust hosts events that draw progressives of all stripes that share common 
values but may work on different issues. We host monthly socials that allow 
for the possibility of cross-issue connections and run a monthly ProfDev 
Series, hosted by The NonProfit Center*, which provides access to 
affordable professional development to increase our individual capacity for 
movement building.

With 2500 members and almost 8 years of creating a diverse cross-issue 
community in Boston (180 events!), Socializing for Justice is the best 
place to find the great people, organizations and community you're looking 
for while putting the SOCIAL back in social justice.

*YES, WE MEAN YOU.* We've got members of all ages, races, genders, sexual 
orientations, levels of ability/disability, activism and professions. We 
hope you see someone like yourself and meet someone you otherwise wouldn't 

*Want to know more about SoJust?* Check out our  Frequently Asked Questions 
and  past event photos <http://sojust.meetup.com/1/photos/>!

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