Friday Finds: 2021 Tools Edition

I hope you realize that every day is a fresh start for you. That every sunrise is a new chapter in your life waiting to be written.

Juansen Dizon

Happy New Year! I hope you’re enjoying your holidays. As you know, each weekly newsletter includes 5 useful tools, tips or apps to help make your work better or easier. Over the course of a full year that adds up to over 200+ things.

I often get asked questions like “what was that amazing thing you shared a few weeks ago that…{fill in the blank}” So this week I’m sharing the entire list of all the tools that were included in my newsletter in 2021. If you found anything that you’ve really enjoyed or benefitted from, I’d love to hear about it –just reply to this email.

Wishing you and yours a safe, healthy, and prosperous new year!

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2021 Tools From The Newsletter

I’ve collected the tools from all the 2021 newsletters in this interactive website. You can browse the full list or use the category & subcategory filters to hone in on something specific you’re interested in.

This site was built with a tool from the newsletter, Spreadsimple

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Published by Mike Taylor

Born with a life-long passion for learning, I have the great fortune to work at the intersection of learning, design, technology & collaboration.

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