I often get asked about the services I use to accept payments online for my products and consulting support. In this post, I’m going to break everything down (so I can refer people later on).
Is Asana helping you to achieve your company's goals or mission?
‘Goals' is a useful feature of Asana that's quite unique. Goals help you bridge the gap between where you are now and where you want to be. By managing goals in Asana and linking them to your projects, you will be reminded about them more often. Best of all, as tasks and milestones are completed, goal progress can auto-update!
Everyone should be dedicating some portion of their time to improving their productivity. Productivity is about being more effective and efficient; in other words, doing things better and faster. If you can develop a productive mindset, you can apply this to almost every aspect of your work and life.
Raycast is a Mac ‘launcher' app that helps you to navigate, find things and do your work quicker (similar to Spotlight on the Mac, but much more powerful). I think of it as a Swiss army knife of apps as it can do the work of other apps, all in one tool. I've been an Alfred user for a while but after 15 minutes of using Raycast (not even exaggerating) I was convinced to switch and make it my main launcher.
Recurring tasks and templates are great for reminding you when to take repetitive actions and help you to define a clear process on how and when to do the work. I often get asked about the best practices on when to use a recurring task vs a template. They are similar, both can have details and subtasks built into them, so what's the difference?
In this video, I guide you through how to get started with SaneBox. SaneBox is a powerful email assistant that works alongside your email provider and your email client. So it doesn't matter what email provider (Google/Microsoft/Apple) and client (Apple Mail, Outlook or a third-party tool), SaneBox runs in the background. It's like an assistant that helps you to sort through your email before you get to it.
A little while ago, I was given some feedback about myself that I found quite interesting. A friend of mine had reached out asking if I could contribute a message to a farewell book he was preparing for an old mutual employer. Not wanting to hold him up, but also, not wanting this to hang over me either, I wrote something up and sent it back. My friend then came back to me with the following feedback: