Like my computer, I've tried to configure my phone to help me to be as productive as possible. In this video, I walk through how I've set up my iPhone to maximize productivity. Here are some of the key takeaways:
NOTE: Even if you’re not a business owner, I encourage you to read this post if you’d like to adopt a mindset focussed on efficiency and achieving results with less work.
Most businesses want to grow revenue each year. So the business creates new products, conducts marketing campaigns and does everything it can to increase sales. But this isn’t the only way to grow.
If you're looking to get more inbound leads for your business, then the Pipedrive LeadBooster may be just what you need!
In this video, I show you how to get started with the LeadBooster addon in Pipedrive. This is an optional add-on designed to help users find and engage new leads on their website:
If you're not careful, the time spent in a meeting can be wasted if they don't have a clear agenda or if the action items aren't clearly identified for the team.
Fortunately, the Asana and Zoom integration makes taking notes and assigning action items during a meeting super simple.
In this video, I show you how to connect Asana to Zoom. Doing this allows you to schedule or link Zoom meetings to tasks inside Asana. Then, once you're on a Zoom call, the Asana integration will show you tasks relevant to the call so you can easily take notes and create action items (subtasks) without having to leave the Zoom call.
Until now, if you've ever wanted to email your leads or past customers, you've had to sync your Pipedrive contacts to a third-party tool like Mailchimp or ConvertKit.
Well, I have some great news…! Pipedrive is in the process of rolling out out a new feature called Campaigns. This optional add-on allows you to compose and send email newsletters right inside your Pipedrive account. This means you don't have to go through the hassle of syncing your contacts to a third-party provider.
This is particularly useful if you have a long sales cycle and want to nurture your leads with content until they are ready to buy.
Last Friday, my colleague, Warwick, and I were doing our weekly review where we go through all the clients we’re working with and we prioritise his workload for the upcoming week. During the conversation, he asked me how to deal with ‘urgent’ requests that he gets via email. These are seemingly important tasks that need to be dealt with pretty quickly and put you into a reactive work mode.
One of the many things you can use Asana for is planning the content you're going to produce and publish. I believe one of the main reasons I've been so consistent at creating content over the last 5 years is due to the simple system I've created in Asana.
In this video, I'll show you how I've set up my content calendar. This is great if you need to plan when you're publishing blog posts, YouTube videos or even a podcast. You can use Asana to plan the content, the status of each post and manage the action items that need to be completed.