What is Asana?
Asana is a web and mobile application designed to maximize personal and team efficiency. It’s more than a time-management system. It’s built for collaboration, communication and to empower teams to get the right things done. Asana was created by Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz and ex-engineer Justin Rosenstein, who both worked on improving the productivity of employees at Facebook.
In 2013 I stumbled across a new web task management web application called Asana. Being a ‘Time Management Junky’ I just had to try it out. Within 1/2 hour of experimentation I had decided to trash my previous cloud-based task management utility for this one. I’ve never looked back. It has proven to be far superior to other online systems I have used or researched. The people at Asana are constantly improving the application, making it one of the premier collaboration and task management tools on the internet today.
Even better, for small businesses, non-profits and ministries, it is free of charge!
What do I do?
Simply put, I offer virtual coaching to individuals and teams on how to most effectively utilize Asana to get things done. Whether it’s a small team, a department or an entire organization, Asana has the potential to maximize productivity.
How do I sign up?
I offer my services through a company called ‘Asana Training.’ To signup, simply click the below button and let the owner, Todd Cavanaugh, know that you’d like to hire me for Asana Training. If you prefer on-site training (rather than virtual training), I am available on a limited basis in the Northeast. Todd will arrange other trainers to come to your location if I am unavailable to do so.