In this post are the top 5 most read blog posts from 2020. And surprise surprise, they’re all about creating systems and the tools to use for running your business.
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.
So you’re ready to start automating and creating processes for your business. But you’re using too many programs and nothing talks to each other. There’s a better, more efficient way to do things. I’ll cover why you only need Dubsado and Asana to manage your clients and projects and how they work together.
If seeing all of your tasks in Asana feels daunting and you don’t know where to start or what you should work on this week, a This Week board might be for you. In this post I’m diving into what it is and how to setup one up.
If you’ve been looking to figure out how to organize the tasks that have been assigned to you in Asana so you know what you need to do today, this week or next week, the My Tasks feature is a great option. I’ll dive into how to use this feature so you can start tackling that to do list.