When you are just getting started thinking about growing your business, there are so many tools to choose from! How do you pick the best one for you? In today’s podcast, I break down the 3 must-have business tools that all business owners should have. This is where you should start so you don’t get overwhelmed.
3 Must-Have Business Tools For Small Businesses
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What you will learn on this episode:
1) To-Do List: Asana.com
First step: Create 1 task you are going to do today in Asana and assign a due date.
Create your tasks into three sections:
Today: Top 3 priorities
Upcoming: What you need to do this week
Later: This month/year tasks
Create projects for big goals and long-term projects.
• This is where you put your 90-day goals.
2) Calendar: Google
Sign-up for Google email and create your first google calendar.
Color code and organize your calendar for the month ahead.
Create different calendars for your personal items, your day job and your business.
3) Storage: Dropbox.com
Why do you need a cloud storage? Most likely, your computer will run out of space if you save everything to your computer. You won’t have to worry about running out of storage when it is all stored on the cloud. This is also better in case you lost your computer and for sharing files across our team in the future.
Sign up for dropbox.com. You can sign up for free to get started but you will want to review the pricing options because most likely you will need to pay pretty quickly for the amount of storage you’ll need.
Eventually, you’ll want to upgrade to Dropbox for business but you don’t need that starting out. We’ve now transitioned to Dropbox plus but you won’t need that for a long time.
What you’ll learn in the podcast:
How to delegate your tasks
How to stay organized with your calendar
Why do you need a cloud storage?
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