When my business began getting it’s first few clients I didn’t really have a system in place and it quickly became overwhelming the more projects I booked. Invoicing, contracts, project management, communication, forms, feedback, and so on and so forth. You realize fast that you need tools to help with every aspect of your business.
When I started getting serious about managing my business tasks and projects I looked for a project management tool. While there are a ton of options out there like Basecamp, Freedcamp, Todoist… You’ll find that Trello and Asana are the most recommended by business owners. It’s also interesting to see how people tend to choose
If you’ve just started a business or blog, or even if you’ve been at it a while, then you know things can become overwhelming – fast! Especially if you’re juggling a 9-5, young children, or just don’t have enough hours in the day. When I started to realize my website was more than just a
When I first started gaining some traction with my business and getting more work, I began to see how much time small admin tasks took and that I was missing out on a lot of things by not having any automation or regular processes. I wouldn’t say my business is as automated as I’d like
You can’t run a business on sprinkles and smiles, you need tools and apps to make your life easier! I’ve learned that automating and simplifying as many aspects of your business as you can will save your time and money. I love finding new services and websites that offer things for business owners and freelancers.