Upgrading your business
Even though change is difficult for many, we all know that changing things in your business will always help make it run smoother. So upgrading the tech will help you future-proof and expand easier.
Your business needs to evolve
No matter how we run our business, there might be a time that we’ll need to evolve our business to stay in business. But if the tech you use isn’t in order, you will feel the hurt more than you can imagine. So make it easy for yourself.
Having everything in one place
We all know that having data for your business in one place is better than having to hunt for what you need in a bunch of tools, apps and service that isn’t efficient. So why are some still use Post-it notes for important information?!
Systemising your business
Getting things done quickly within your business gives you more time for your clients and business. So once you have a system, you'll be able to work more efficiently, be more productive and have plenty of time for yourself.
Online vs offline Apple apps for your business
With many SaaS apps and services, you need the internet to function as a business. But what if you’re away or most of the time you work remotely and have no access to the internet?
Your tech foundation is vital to your business
When I talk to small businesses about their Apple tech and how it’s used, they often say they have problems with keeping track of things. My response is always: Having a solid tech foundation will help.
Apple apps for your business
It’s not always necessary to go out and buy a bunch of software to run your business. You already have Apple devices with a tonne of software you could use.
Using video in your business
I love making videos. It helps my prospective client understand who I am, how I work, and they get to ‘know’ me a little before they get in touch. It’s vital for my business, and it should be for you too.
You only need a Rolodex and some Post-its
If I told you there was a way to run your business with Rolodexes and Post-it notes, you'd think I was crazy. Right? Well, you'd be half right.