A couple of days ago, we published a note from Timyo’s founder Fabrice called “We Are Not a Startup.” That post, following the announcement that we had secured a new round of funding, argued that this isn’t a moment of congratulations for Timyo. Instead, it is just an important “beginning of a new stage on our journey, not […] that journey’s culmination.” Rather than celebrate how far Timyo has come since the beginning, Fabrice stressed how excited we are to continue to work to secure a true revolution in digital communications—for teams, businesses, and individual users alike. This post was absolutely representative… Continue reading Our Founders And Our Mission
We recently closed our new round. We haven’t made a very big deal about it, so I was quite surprised by how many people offered their congratulations. Immediately, I was of two minds about this flurry of well-wishing: On the one hand, I was and am thrilled that so many people are rooting for us and cheering Timyo on. First and foremost, thanks to all of you who have reached out! On the other hand, I don’t think what we’ve done is exactly an accomplishment (yet.) Regarding the second point, the emphasis is definitely on the “yet”. I am very happy… Continue reading Founder’s Note: We Are Not A Startup
It’s official—Labor Day has come and gone, the kids are back in school, there’s a chill in the air (assuming you live somewhere in the Northern Hemisphere that has actual seasons, which I do not) and summer vacation already seems a disconcertingly distant memory. And because Timyo is all about productivity and peace-of-mind, we thought we’d share a couple of items to help ease the transition back to cool autumnal reality. “How to Get Caught Up On Email After Vacation: 9 Helpful Tips” This great post comes to us from Lindsay Kolowich at Hubspot. My favorite is Tip #2—“Set expectations… Continue reading Back to Reality: Great Email Articles to Help Ease Into The Fall
Recently, the productivity world has been abuzz about a new concept called “The Bullet Journal”. People are so excited that they are even using the whole phrase as a verb, as in, “Do you bullet journal?” And when people start verbing your name, you know you’re on to something—if you don’t believe me, just google it :). Cari Romm‘s got a great article over at Science of Us that offers a comprehensive breakdown of the bullet journal phenomenon, as well as the reasons why to-do lists in general and the bullet journal in particular are effective productivity tools. Much To-Do… Continue reading To-Do or Not To-Do? It’s Not Even a Question.