Episode 110. My Favorite Tools to Power Up Your Productivity


Can you believe it folks? We are HALFWAY through the year already! ๐Ÿ˜ฑ

So how are things tracking for you?

How are you doing with the goals you set back at the beginning of the year? Have you accomplished some of them? All of them?  None of them?

Or - maybe some of those goals don’t quite fit anymore, because things have changed. No worries. It happens.

And - that’s why this is the perfect time for a little midyear review.

Fall season will be busy - so now is an ideal time to think about getting organized and giving your systems an update.  And one of the best ways to do this is by finding the right tools.

Today I’m sharing my favorites with you.  After countless hours of research and road testing, these invaluable tools save me time and money, prevent stress, and keep my business humming along beautifully.

You might want to take notes, ๐Ÿ˜Ž because in this episode, you’ll learn …

  • The exact tools that I use to run my practice, AND precisely how I use them.
  • The tool I use to create a frictionless experience for my clients.
  • A free tool that lets you work and collaborate with anybody.
  • The one tool that automates 90% of my work around course creation and group coaching (and a cheaper, simpler alternative if you’re not ready for all the bells and whistles).
  • My favorite tool for project management (and why it’s not for everybody).
  • Why I have one space for working, and another for storing critical files.

And more!

But wait a minute … what if you’re less technical and more old school?  What if you’re more analog than digital? ๐Ÿค”

Fear not, my friend!  I’ve got you covered too …

I’m also sharing some of my favorite notebooks, along with the processes that I use to brainstorm, mind map, capture my thoughts, and organize my lists. 

Because, as much as I love tech tools, sometimes you really need to write it down. 

(#Fact: our brains absorb and retain information differently when we physically put pen to paper).

So, let’s get you organized.

If you’re not quite sure where to start, take a look at my IP 360 Scorecard. This free assessment tool will take about 10 minutes of your time and give you a complete overview of your business, including where you’re winning and where you might need some help.

And if you have any questions at all for me like, สบhow do I do this? หฎ, or สบwhich tool can help me with that? หฎ, hit me up on Facebook, y’all.  I’m always happy to help.

Now, for your first task: give this one a listen!


P.S. If you're enjoying the podcast as much as I hope you are, could you help me spread the word? Do you have 2 friends or colleagues who could really use a boost of encouragement each week? Please share this episode with them - and thank you!


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