< 1 min read Coronavirus has forced us into a reality where our friends who are fortunate enough to have jobs, are forced to adapt to the new world of remote work. Thankfully, there’s tons of remote work tools & resources out there. I’ve compiled some of those tools & resources here.
< 1 min read Here’s a quick “how-to” for ya – How I prettied up my email signature in about 10 minutes with NO CODE!
2 min read Google has a really neat, sleak, lightning-fast website builder and it’s FREE! I can’t recommend it enough. Sure it doesn’t have many bells and whistles, but if you need a quick landing page, it might be the best option out there!
5 min read Experience in multiple businesses tells me that Slack creates more problems than it solves. Here’s how we use Slack at my WordPress company.
2 min read Companies invest massive amounts of money in CRMs like Salesforce.com and SugarCRM, each of which leads us to believe that keeping up with leads & making sales is complex work. But the job of sales is simple and doesn’t require a complex & expensive system. What it requires is a human who is excited to do the actual work of sales!
< 1 min read Jaim is this exceptional person in Minneapolis whom I admire and who blogs about his experiences navigating the world as a freelancer/coder/business owner. Here are some choice tidbits from his blog:
4 min read Most contracts I’ve seen are difficult to read and don’t accomplish the primary objective: clearly defining the amazing work that’s about to commence! Here are some ways we spark joy during our contract-writing process.
< 1 min read Here’s how to use your desktop or laptop to deposit paper checks into your CapitalOne Spark Business Checking account:
< 1 min read Would you rather save 15% on your tech stack or increase your team’s productivity by 15%? Sometimes more expensive tech tools make people more effective in surprisingly-human ways.
2 min read If you work for somebody else – be it a big company, small business, or non-profit – you are probably used to unplugged vacation time. But Freelancers generally do not set themselves up for that success. This year we’re taking Christmas week off!