Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Enter, Trello Dojo

title_page_small With over 1.5 million users, Trello is one of the best and fastest growing websites for managing projects of all types and sizes. My new book, Enter, Trello Dojo will introduce you to this amazing free service, and then quickly show you how to build awesome Trello boards to slay waste and effortlessly manage any project or process you may have at home or at work. If you're still not sure how to get started, Enter Trello Dojo gives you over a dozen templates for starting Trello boards you can use today!

Leanpub books, by design, are meant to be works in progress, and this one is no exception.  Several free updates are planned, but after several months of tinkering and tweaking, I’ve decided it’s time to release Enter, Trello Dojo into the wild.  My goal for this book is for it to be the unofficial guide to using the awesome Trello service in a variety of work and home scenarios. 

What is Trello?

I’ve blogged about it before, but Trello’s website describes it well: Trello is the fastest, easiest way to organize anything, from your day-to-day work, to a favorite side project, to your greatest life plans. People run work projects, name babies, plan meals, and more using this versatile free tool.  Even if you don’t get the book, you owe it to yourself to check out the site.

What is Leanpub?

I probably need to do a whole post on this, but in a nutshell, Leanpub is the best way in the world to write a book.  I started Enter, Trello Dojo a number of times as a Word Document, but kept getting bogged down in formatting and how to publish and sell the book.  Leanpub took away all that ‘cruft’ and let me focus on the content.  If you’re interesting in writing or self-publishing, I’d highly recommend this site.

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