No matter what stage you’re at in your journey, the right tools can:
- Save you dozens of hours per week and a whole lotta stress
(more time to do what you love = a HUGE win!)
- Automate key marketing activities like email marketing, list building, and showing up on social media.
- Save you thousands of dollars on pricey freelancers and doing things the hard way.
The trick is knowing the right ones to use at the right stage — because there’s nothing worse than software sitting unused on your digital desktop, am I right?
Workflowy - The Infinite Online List
My Electronic Bullet Journal, seriously it's saved me a lot of stress and allows me to document with "low-friction".
This tool Hemingway Editor, it helps me see where my writing gets convoluted and messy.
(Web version is free)
Online Doc Repository
The two I use are Evernote and Notion. I'm still testing out Notion and I think I may someday transition to Notion completely.
Day One is what I use to journal. I can quickly type journal entries. The biggest thing I benefit from is it's easy to browse previous entries on my phone. I'm starting to journal now in Workflowy and I'm finding it rather nice for my scattered thinking style. Plus privacy I feel is a pretty big deal these days. I'm not up to date on their latest privacy details, but I trust the company and that's a priority for me when it comes to a journal.
Vector - GRAPHICS
I have been using and loving Figma for graphics and prototyping. In my opinion, it’s abilities are ...
The other tool I enjoy is Affinity Designer. Everyone knows about Photoshop, so here's an alternative.
The best organized online course platform I've used thus far.