The Right Tools to Do Great Work
A common challenge most people face is finding the right tools to do our work.
I’ve been there. Evaluating all the options. Trying to find the best services for my business.
Lots of Options to Choose From
There are so many choices to pick from. And they all look so pretty! Many are promoted with savvy marketing and sharp videos that make it seem like they have all the answers and it will be oh-so-easy when you use their program. They even give you something for free. Just sign up for their email list and you’ll be on your way to all the success in the world.
The Common Scenario
I’ve fallen for the hype, signed on for the freebie, and then bought the program. And then I find out that it doesn’t actually work quite the way they said it would. There always seems to be a catch. And the whole process is pretty frustrating as well as wasting a good bit of my precious time.
Does that experience sound familiar to you? If it does then I am here to help. In this section of the website I share my recommended tools with you. These are the tools that I use personally and daily in my business. These are also the tools I recommend to my clients.
Tested in the Real World
I’ve tested these tools in the real world. They are used by me, a female small business owner, and by my clients – also female small business owners. As a group, these services have proven to work well for small business owners. They are suitable to our levels of expertise and our financial resources. They are intuitive and easy to learn. And they work for our unique needs.
Canva is a graphic design program for non-designers. The free version is pretty robust, and the program includes intuitive tools to help you create well-designed graphics and more.
A paper-based planning from a woman-owned company.