10 Pieces of Gear We Rely on to Get Our Work Done (FS195)

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Episode 195: 10 Pieces of Gear We Rely on to Get Our Work Done (FS195)

I’ve been working for myself full time for a little under a decade now and I use tools to get my work done every day.

Some tools are essential, like, I wouldn’t be able to get my work done without them.

Others are just super helpful.

On the show today we talk about 10 pieces of gear we rely on to get our work done. Some are fun, some are serious, some are perfect for that Amazon gift card you’ve got burning a hole in your pocket 🙂

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Show Notes

Future Plans – Day Designer

Simplified Planner – Emily Ley

Passion Planner

Roost Industries Corp. | Roost Laptop Stand: Portable, Lightweight, Adjustable, Ergonomic Stand

Amazon.com: Moleskine Classic Notebook, Extra Large, Plain, Black, Soft Cover

A video that Chase found inspiring about journaling

Amazon.com: Audio-Technica ATR2100-USB Mic

PODCASTERS: The Podcaster's High Quality Microphone Shootout

Amazon.com: Shure X2U XLR-to-USB Signal Adapter: Musical Instruments

Amazon.com: Bose SoundSport in-ear headphones – Apple devices Charcoal: Home Audio & Theater

Ulysses Writing App for Mac

Amazon.com: Nest Cam Indoor security camera: Camera & Photo

Aer Fit Pack Review (Minimal Everyday Backpack) – YouTube

Drafts | Agile Tortoise

Merlin Mann on Twitter: "Joining a Facebook group about creative productivity is like buying a chair about jogging."

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