Resource Roundup - 10 Tools That You Need In Your Creative Business
With each blog post I publish, you know to expect a valuable nugget. Whether it’s a simple strategy or a cool new tool, it’s sure to be quick and easy to implement. And for a bonus, you can get some inspiration and motivation here too!
The Quickest Way To Send An Email
What if you didn’t need to search for new scripts with every new email you sent?
What if you didn’t have to triple check each message you composed?
There is a better way.
As a recovering perfectionist, the method I am about to share with you has saved me hours of time. And that’s not an exaggeration.
What to Pack for a Full-Day Seminar (and What to Leave at Home)
Last week I attended a full day seminar by the expert sales trainer, Adam Lieberman.
The event was titled “Learn to Sell Like a Rockstar” and I was really looking forward. I mean, I was looking forward to the actual event… not the morning before I left.
Typically the morning of a long event, I’m wasting way too much time thinking, “What do I take along?”
Getting Good at Email
When email became my primary tool of communication, I knew that I had better get good at it.
Since starting my online coaching business, I have been constantly experimenting with all sorts of tools to make the time I spend in my inbox more efficient.
After I finished playing around with the settings and filters in Gmail, I took things to the next level by installing Boomerang.
Better Than A Notebook
Me too. I love notebooks. I have a whole stack of them.
Specifically the unlined sketchbooks from Barnes and Noble.
But let’s admit it together - notebooks work well for a lot of things - but not everything.
There are some things that are best be digital. But, Microsoft Word can't always do the trick.
Should He Mow The Lawn?
Should the teacher get a job as a lawn mower?
You guessed it!
My answer to every question is - it depends.
During the school year he could instead be making more money working as a teacher.
During the summer time, he would not be teaching anyway. Therefore any money he makes mowing would be extra.
Every choice you make in life and business has an OPPORTUNITY COST.
My 5 Best Tips For Using Google Calendar For Your Business
The leather hot pink planner I purchased at Barnes and Noble was going to be the start of a new beginning.
No more missing appointments or forgetting important commitments.
As anticipated, things were going well for the first couple of weeks.
My life was getting a bit more organized. I knew where I was supposed to be when.
Until that fateful day that my planner disappeared again. This time for good.