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When I first started out as a oneman remodeling business, I was able to keep track of all my appointments, contacts, and other job-related information in my head and with a simple notepad. As my business continued to grow, my notepad grew with it, but my head stayed the same. I can vividly recall the sickening feeling I had the day I missed my first appointment with a potential client because my notepad/head system of organizing failed. Even worse was having to sort through stacks of paper looking for the note I had written about a client's tile selection or a price quote from a sub. The Answer I solved my information overload problem when I first started