I've been getting a ton of questions lately on the equipment that I use when I record my podcasts and videos so I figured I would share them here. I'm gonna share the lighting, camera, and microphones that I use when I'm recording either a podcast or a video and I'll link to everything in this blog post so that you can find out more about each piece of equipment.
As business owners, it can be very easy to let all of your digital and electronic files pile up. But by taking a few minutes to set up a filing structure that works for you, it will not only be easy to maintain, but you'll know where to find everything the moment you need it. So let's get started.
I use Google Drive to store and organize all of my files. And if you haven't signed up for Google Drive yet, you can go ahead and sign up right now. You get 15 gigabytes for free to start off, if you sign up for the Google Apps for Work, which is now called G Suite. You can actually get unlimited storage, which is what I have, and you can see I definitely need it.
If you're trying to grow your email list, then chances are you want to give away a free download to someone when they sign up to your email list. But it may not be very clear on the best way to do this.
That's why in this video, I'm going to show you exactly how to deliver a free download to someone when they sign up to your email list using ConvertKit.
Today I'm going to share with you my five favorite productivity apps for your phone. I use these apps every single day and they have made a huge difference in how focused and productive I am throughout the day, so I'm really excited to share them with you.
Productivity App #1: Brain.fm
The first app that I'm going to share with you is called Brain.fm and it is a music app. Confused why a music app is on a list of productivity apps? Keep reading.
I've always loved listening to music when I work. I used to listen to some of Spotify's classical, jazz, or "focus" playlists, but after a while they would get repetitive or the songs would distract me - which kind of defeats the whole purpose.
Once I tried Brain.fm I was blown away by what a difference I saw...