Apps & Tools
Doing an annual software review is the easiest way to find some free money… that ends up as just pure profit. Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you through the process.
When the world is full of limitless possibilities, choosing just one thing seems virtually impossible. When you can choose anything, the magnitude of all the possibilities -- of every single potential individual choice -- ends up being completely overwhelming. So, we choose to do nothing, and we never change or move forward.
Your bookkeeping is a critical piece of your business information — but with the right system, you probably don’t need an actual bookkeeper.
Paperform is a software used to create online forms that are beautiful, simple and look just like a normal webpage. You can use them to accept payment, get information, or even use them as an opt-in on your Medium posts.
If you're thinking about business automation, one of the very first (and easiest) items to check off your list is a system to help you book meetings. Here's our take on Calendly, one of the best tools out there.
You might be sitting here thinking, “I don’t need to know about APIs. I’m not a software engineer or computer programmer, I’m not a tech person,” but to exist in today’s world of technology, it helps to at least have a basic understanding of what’s going on behind the scenes of all those software apps and tools we love so much.
Most businesses start out with a free tool, like Asana or Trello. But at some point, those free tools probably won’t cut it and it’s time to transition to something more robust.
When is the right time to start thinking about moving to a "real" project management system?