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I’m not normally a touchy feely person. It’s been difficult to let myself understand that part of everything that has been going on is that deep down I’m grieving for what has been lost or missed out on in the last two months. I’m sure that at some point like me, you’ve had to come to terms with what’s going on and face it in your own way. If you’re like me and needed to be told multiple times that it’s okay to not be okay then hear me out.
Asana is a brilliant project and task management tool, it’s one I’ve been using for years, and setup for all of my OBM clients. There is so much that you can do with Asana, the possibilities are darn near endless. I love learning tips and tricks that help me save time (and sanity!) which is why I wanted to share 5 of my favorite tips for using Asana.
Whether you run a one-woman show or have an awesome team by your side, you need to be using a project management system like Asana. Get a birds eye view of what Asana can do and some of my favorite ways to use it.
Running a business is hard work, which is why there are 4 systems you need in order to run your business like an OBM.
What even is a CEO Day and what do you do with it? There are 4 things I recommend you do each time you have a CEO Day. Plus find out what CEO Day is and why you need to start implementing one right now.
If you’re considering making a pivot in your business, there’s a couple things you want to think about before you do. Plus learn what 5 steps you need to take after you’ve decided to make the pivot.
To give your leads a high-touch experience, you don’t need a fully automated workflow or write each lead a compelling email from scratch. By using a simple, semi-automated workflow in Dubsado you can begin to nurture and engage with your leads.
Who thought it’d be so hard to plan your day and get things done? When it comes to figuring out how to plan your day there’s so many options. Discover what the best way to play your day is and how to utilize digital and paper planning together.
One of the biggest things entrepreneurs struggle with is seeing a massive to do list and not knowing what to work on first. The daily struggle is determining what tasks you actually have to get done today. The key to a productive day happens in just 2 easy steps. By doing these two steps you’re going to learn how to prioritize your tasks and give yourself permission to focus only on those tasks.
Over the years I’ve been building and perfecting my file management system for myself and my clients. This system is one that I recommend using for both Dropbox and Google Drive so that you know where everything is no matter what platform you use to store files. It’s an easy framework that can be tweaked to any industry.