Organization plays a very important role in keeping oneself and the business organized. Here are these five founders talking about their trusted apps with which they keep themselves organized all the time.

1. Brit Morin: 

Brit Morin, co-founder of Brit+Co, has in her list of favourites. She says,"I've just started using an app called The founders have studied the brain for years and figured out that certain sounds trigger different brain impulses- some of which can aid in focus, sleep and anxiety. It's been fascinating to play the music while trying to get work done; it's like an instant ability to focus in a way I've never experienced before."

2. Carrie Dorr: 

Carrie Dorr, the founder of Pure Barre, has a lot of apps in her list of favourites. She says,"Evernote I use for everything, Shazam for music. I use Think Dirty to find toxin-free products because I'm really into that. And Amazon Prime and Instacart too, I love that you can get things delivered during the hours that work for you. I don't know what I would do without those five."

3. Randi Zuckerberg: 

Randi Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Zuckerberg Media, relies on her old friend alarm to stay organized. She says,"It's old-school, but I set a lot of alarms during the day, like for when when I want to be done with something. Sometimes, I follow them, sometimes I don't, but it does bring mindfulness into my day."

4. Oliver Kharraz: Oliver Kharraz, founder and CEO of Zocdoc, relies on his trusties pen and paper to stay organized. He says,"This may date me, but I still use pen and paper for priority projects and even developing new ideas. You have the choice t draw things or write things and sometimes one is more appropriate than the other. You can mix and match them in a way you can't do on the computer yet."

5. David Bladow: 

David Bladow, CEO and founder of BloomThat, has the Notes app in his list of favourites. He says,"I use the Notes app. It syncs between all devices; it's very simple. I make agendas and it's all there. The best tool is the one that you use, and for me, that's my system."                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    


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