So, in this episode we share our favorite workflow tips in 8 different categories:
Email — we all have to deal with this. Partnerships and opportunities are in our inbox alongside (thousands of!) spammy bullsh*t. We’ve got some tips for you.
Planning & Strategy — what’s the most important next step? Are we leaving money on the table? Should we make more products or try to earn more from the assets we already have? We all have to ask this stuff. We’ve got some tips for you.
Analytics & Measurement — we all need to have a good answer to the “how are we doing right now?” question. We’ve got some tips for you.
Writing — whether it’s emails, blog posts, sales pages or messages to customers and employees, we all need to write. Communication is essential to every one of us. We’ve got some tips for you.
Customer Support — if we’re doing our jobs, every one of us has some customers. If our products are anything less than perfect, we all have some customer support to manage. We’ve got some tips for you.
Inspiration & Learning — every one of us needs to stay fresh and bring good ideas to the table. If we stall out too much we could burn all the way out. We’ve got some tips for you.
Work/Life Balance — I’ll wager that none of us want to ruin our family lives or personal lives. This is something we all balance. We’ve got some tips for you.
You’ll find our tips for each of these in the podcast episodes below. I highly recommend listening to the whole thing — it’s like being in a pub with two really experienced small business owners… you’re going to learn some valuable stuff.
Then, below those podcast episodes I’ve compiled resources for each of the tasks we talk about in the conversation (and in the list above).
Thanks for reading and listening and I hope you enjoy! Making small improvements to tasks like these can make a world of difference in your business.
Besides the conversation in the episode where we share each of our tips, the Back to Work Podcast is one of my favorite resources for getting the right head, heart and hands about email. There’s a bunch of great episodes about how to do email, etc. This one, this one, this one and this one are great to start with.
We also mention TextExpander (Affiliate link) in this section. Chase has saved 1.9 million characters by using TextExpander for repetitive emails and the like. (That’s over 80 hours of his life!)