I talked in my previous blog about productivity and in this one I want to talk about more tools you could use in your business to make you more productive
Toggl - perfect for tracking your time on projects and knowing how long things take you to deliver a project or retainer. The free version is fine, but I use the paid version to give me billable vs non billable amounts.
Asana - I have everything in Asana these days - documents, workflows, projects and I love it. I can set due dates, share information and tasks with people and generally organise my life. Amy Mitchell has a great free training on getting started. Get it here.
Kajabi - I love Kajabi because it houses my website, courses and email marketing in one place. When I was looking at it, I thought it was expensive (I pay around £130 per month) but because I was paying for web hosting and an email list separately, plus having somewhere to host my courses, it wasn't much...
We all want to improve productivity in our business but how can we do this? It's so easy to get overwhelmed in your business (it happens to me at least monthly!) but I've been putting in some things to help
Use the right tools
Outsource some of the work
Use workflows & canned emails
Tools to use
Having the right software tools in place in your business makes a huge difference. I recommend the following ones that I have used successfully in my business
Toggl for time tracking
Asana for task and project management
Kajabi for email lists, membership sites
Smarterqueue for posting to social media
Xero for your accounts
Canva for social posts
Calendly for getting people to book with you.
Zapier for linking up different apps
More on this in next week's blog post.
Outsource the work
Another thing to do is to outsource the work. The easiest way to do this is to outsource part of the client work you have. Or outsource a small...