Organization & Productivity, Entrepreneur

The 5 Myths about Productivity that are Wasting Your Time, Energy & Money

We’ve all done it. We’ve all fallen into the trap of implementing productivity “hacks” we learn from others, but realize that it actually harmed our results instead of helped them. We like to think that if we lean into the “buzz words” that get tossed around about trying to be more productive, that it will somehow be different for us.

Well, babe. These productivity myths are all BS. Whether we hear them from the latest book, magazine article or “that one guy” at the office, they are all old and outdated and they don’t work. Period.

We’ve all done it. We’ve all fallen into the trap of implementing productivity “hacks” we learn from others, but realize that it actually harmed our results instead of helped them. We like to think that if we lean into the “buzz words” that get tossed around about trying to be more productive, that it will somehow be different for us.  Well, babe. These productivity myths are all BS. Whether we hear them from the latest book, magazine article or “that one guy” at the office, they are all old and outdated and they don’t work. Period. | Think Creative Collective

Today, we’re going to break down the five myths we think are the most detrimental to your productivity and give you steps for you to turn them around. First, let’s lay out all the myths.

  1. Multi-tasking
  2. Tackling the biggest item first
  3. Trying to power through
  4. Being “busy”
  5. Learning, but not taking action

Now, let’s break them down one-by-one as to why they suck and what we can do to change them.

MULTI-TASKING

We think this is our favorite. And by “favorite” we mean we roll our eyes the hardest when this one gets suggested as an actual viable option to being more productive. Listen, most of us are ladies here. And as ladies we are the Queens of multi-tasking. We can keep up with a group text conversation, watch the latest episode of Empire, and steam our blazers all at the same time. So we think that we can take that multitasking behavior and use it in our business.

The problem is when it comes to multitasking in our personal life we don’t really need to give 100% of our attention to the tasks. Some things will not get computed in our brain, some things won’t be remembered the next day and we may end up steaming the same side of our favorite blazer a few extra times. Nothing is going to go to shit because of that divided attention.

But it will in your business. You literally cannot (it’s math y’all) give 100% of your attention to more than one thing. If you are multitasking in your business then at least more than one thing (depending on how many tasks you’re trying to get done at the same time) is going to suffer.

Try this instead. We recommend batching if you truly want to “multitask”. You still aren’t really multitasking, but when you group like tasks together you can work on more than one “project” at the same time. For instance, batch taking photos for your blog, writing subject lines for your emails, or emailing back clients.

TACKLING THE BIGGEST ITEM FIRST

We like to think that if we get the biggest thing knocked out for the day then we will feel superpowered to go through the rest of our tasks. Bananas. First of all, the biggest task often takes the most energy and leaves us feeling exhausted and ready for a break once it’s done. But, the biggest task most likely won’t actually get done in one day (probably because it’s the biggest) so we then don’t end up getting anything else done because the big task isn’t complete yet. Ugh, makes no sense, right?

So then we end up working on the biggest task only for multiple days or weeks in a row and we’re flabbergasted when nothing else is getting done. Silly bosses.

Try this instead. We recommend using the snowball effect. Knock out a bunch of tiny tasks right off the bat. If you start your day with 8 things and you’re able to knock off 5 of those at the very beginning or one right after another, you’re going to feel mega powered to keep going. We also recommend breaking that “big task” into smaller chunks if you haven’t already. Chances are you’re trying to tackle too many things already, so break it down. Then snowball those tinier tasks to see progress and pat yourself on the back.

TRYING TO POWER THROUGH

This, we think, is the number one myth that we all do (us included). Whether you’re trying to power through lunch, a sick day, or late at night, or when your creativity has shut off, it sucks. It leads to mediocre results that you most likely have to end up redoing anyways.

We tell ourselves that if we “just get one more thing done” we can stop. That always leads to “one more thing” and “one more thing” to get done. It never, ever ends. You don’t have to be a robot and work through lunch or at 2:00 a.m.

Try this instead. We recommend giving yourself some grace, setting alarms for lunch and when you want to stop for the day. We know that a lot of you are working on your creative passions after your day job, but you need limits too. We know a creative who works a 9-5 and comes home to work in the studio. Once she realized she was staying up until 1:00 or 2:00 a.m. in the studio she had to set some limits. She has an alarm on her phone now that goes off around 10:00 p.m. that reminds her to go to bed. It helps her get out of the zone for a bit and take notice of how long she’s been working.

BEING “BUSY”

Oh, this is a good one. The “I’m sooooooo busy” myth. We hear from our neighbor, our co-worker, our barista, and that one girl on Instagram that they are just “so busy!”. So we think we need to be constantly doing something. We think that if someone has 1,000 tasks to do everyday that they must be more productive than we are. It’s a flat out lie.

Yes, there are busy seasons. We’re just wrapping one up now. There will be times when your schedule is more bananas than you’d like. Recognizing that this is temporary is key. Being intentional about getting out of it is important.

We also like to kind of beat ourselves up when we don’t feel busy. Here’s a spoiler alert: the more organized and productive you are the less you will feel “busy”, but the more you will actually be getting done. If you have free time in your schedule because you intentionally organize your day to get a lot done that’s okay. Keep it free. Give yourself some white space.

Try this instead. We recommend checking out our program Trello for Business. If you feel overwhelmed with your to-do’s and you’re not sure how to actually plan your month, week and day-to-day tasks to see progress then you’d love it. It’s been the thing that helps us get more done, but not working more. Win, win.

LEARNING WITHOUT THE ACTION

No matter where you are in your business you feel like there’s something you need to learn that will make your life better. We get it. We’ve fallen victim to course overload too. Here’s the mistake: if you’re buying, buying, buying, but not taking action there’s a problem. We like to look at everything that’s out there as the solution to our current issue. We think that next purchase will be the answer to our problems.

It can only be the answer if you have time to soak it in, babe.

Try this instead. We recommend that with every purchase make sure you have time in your schedule to not only go through the program, but to turn around and actually implement the things it taught you. We also think you should truly gut check yourself and ask if what’s taught inside that thing you want to buy is inline with your end goals. Will it actually help you reach something that’s on your list or is it fluff?


The bottom line of all of this is for you to get out of your head when it comes to how you think you can be more productive. Just because the hype is around one method doesn’t mean it will work for you (and that’s okay). It also doesn’t mean you’re broken. Take these suggestions and rework a few of your day-to-days and see what changes flourish!



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10 Office Items that are Destroying Your Productivity

Emylee here. As self-dubbed “masters of productivity” we know a thing or two about what’s helping you stay on track and what’s steering you off course. Some of these things are simple and some might downright surprise you, but chances are you have at least one of these items in your office that’s straight up destroying your productivity. So it’s time to face the music and cut it out.

Emylee here. As self-dubbed “masters of productivity” we know a thing or two about what’s helping you stay on track and what’s steering you off course. Some of these things are simple and some might downright surprise you, but chances are you have at least one of these items in your office that’s straight up destroying your productivity. So it’s time to face the music and cut it out. | Think Creative Collective

Take a look around your office or workspace right now. Are any of these offenders in your space right now?

  1. A cute little pet that needs your cuddles?

  2. A computer that’s constantly pulling you away (like, just stop)?

  3. A speaker that occasionally plays a tune you want to break out in dance to?

  4. A phone that somehow seems to never stop buzzing (byyyyye)?

  5. A cute little baby or child that for some reason needs you?

  6. A view of the great outdoors and naturey things?

  7. A coffee pot that wants you near it at all times?

  8. A stack of papers, bills, invoices and receipts (get them out)?

  9. An inspirational print that makes you daydream at your desk?

  10. A calendar that constantly reminds you of the things you need to do?

Ok, hopefully by now you realize that we’re totally joking. Please do not get rid of any babies or coffee pots because you think they’re hurting your productivity. Chances are...they are...but who the flip cares?

We live in this environment of wanting to have a clear cut and dry solution of “good” and “not so good”. So when we see lists like these we cling on to them thinking “gosh, there must be something on this list that I don’t know about! It has to be the answer as to why my productivity sucks!

It’s not.

In fact all of the things listed above could probably enhance your productivity if you let them. Dance break to some Beyoncé? Don’t mind if we do.

Here’s the thing. It’s time we give ourselves some damn grace. Some days we’re going to rock productivity. Some days we’re going to just suck at it. It happens and it’s okay.

You’re not broken.

It’s when we put so much weight into it working all the time that we begin to fail at it more and more. It’s when we beat ourselves up over having an off day that those off days come more frequently.

You’re doing the best you can.

You’re really good at your job.

You’ve got this.

We can only teach you our magical ways as much as we can. At the end of the day your life is still unique with its own set of circumstances that make your day-to-day different.

We encourage you to start looking at things a bit differently (even the things we share with you). Ask yourself, “can I soak this material in and then tweak it to fit my truth?”. No more soaking things in and letting them hang over your head like you’ve been doing it all wrong, okay?

Promise?

Cool.

Now that you’re ready to accept goodies in a new light let us share with you what we use. We personally use and love Trello. It’s a free project management system that’s the bee’s knees. We love it so much that we created a little program that walks you through how to master it for your type of business. You can find it here.

We’ve also found some shortcuts that help make Trello that much better. We’ve bundled them all up for you here. You’re welcome! How you can you use what we teach about Trello to fit your truth?


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Business, Organization & Productivity

How to Have the Most Productive Biz Year Ever

Abagail here. If you twenty somethings are anything like me, you are constantly on the self-improvement train. You immerse yourself in self-help articles, download every new app claiming to improve productivity, and you find yourself swirling with ideas and never really knowing what the heck you accomplished.

Not only am I on a mission for self improvement (dude, even good can always get better), but I want to help you accomplish more in life in business. Consider it our personal agenda to have you crushing goals and taking names.

Now, I definitely don’t have it all figured out. But after the year we had (building a multiple six-figure company, growing our team from 2 to 11, and still managing to shut down my computer everyday at 5:00 p.m.), we think we may have mastered a few things.

If your twenty somethings are anything like mine, you are constantly on the self-improvement train. You immerse yourself in self-help articles, download every new app claiming to improve productivity, and you find yourself swirling with ideas and never really knowing what the heck you accomplished.   Not only am I on a mission for self improvement (dude, even good can always get better), but I want to help you accomplish more in life in business. Consider it our personal agenda to have you crushing goals and taking names. | Think Creative Collective

Implement Healthy Habits

Clear Distractions

As much as I wanted to hold onto my paper notes, iPhone FULL of apps I didn’t use, and a consistently messy desk, I knew I needed to simplify. I said goodbye to SHIT. Yes, I said it: SHIT. I cleared the clutter both literally and figuratively. How can you get rid of what is bogging you down?

  • Donate clothes you don’t wear anymore - Pro tip: hang your clothes on the rod backwards, and once you wear them hang them normally. Go back in 3 months and see what you still haven’t worn once - immediately head to donate (unless it is completely out of season).

  • Eliminate items on your desk that don’t serve a purpose or inspire you to do more or be better.

  • Turn off all the damn notifications - you don’t need to know when someone emails, tweets, instagrams, facebooks, pinterests, etc. You just don’t, so turn ‘em off, all of them - on both your computer and phone.

  • Organize your computer - everything should have a place and if it doesn’t it, delete it. Your desktop should be cleared off at the end of every day. You will be shocked how much junk you are letting pile up.

  • Walk through your home (don’t be a crazy person) and start thinking about what you actually need to survive. You’d be shocked about what you are “storing” or letting “sit pretty” on a shelf that doesn’t serve a purpose. No, I am not knocking knick-knacks, I just prefer simplifying.

Ok, stop your judging. Yes I still own things I don’t need. It isn’t practical for me to live in a shoebox and have a swiss army knife with a built-in toothbrush. I still have plenty of things I don’t need, but I dedicated a couple days to eliminating as much as I could handle. And have plans to do it again in a couple of months.

Set Daily Affirmations

It sounds silly, but by writing these things down, miraculous things have happened. We’re talking record sales months, family members surviving stage-4 cancer, and watching Emylee get the call about adopting. For some people affirmations feel like lying, but for me, telling the universe what I want just seems to make it that much more likely to come true. Need ideas on what you could affirm? Here are a few of our favorites:

  • We’ll make $8k from this launch

  • We’re not going to have any tech difficulties on today’s workshop

  • We’re going to be productive and create valuable content today

  • We’re going to get 5 “yeses” from the email to influencers we send out today

Keep in mind these aren’t goals - these are just statements of truth. They may seem a little unorthodox, perhaps even a bit woo-woo, but just try it.

Write what you want on a piece of paper or in your Trello calendar and reference it often. Occasionally review your affirmations and see what has come to fruition.

Make Gratitude a Priority

Recently, Emylee and I both started writing a Daily Gratitude Statement. It simply lives like a card in Trello, much like our Affirmations, and we write about what we are thankful for. It may be a big win in business or it may be something small. But having this little slice of graciousness allows us to reflect on how far we’ve come.

I decided to take this a step further and go out of my way for others. Not because they particularly needed thanks, but just a happy word of encouragement. Every Monday before I can officially close out my day I write two letters to friends, family, or #TCCTribe members. Sometimes it’s “Happy Birthday”. Sometimes it’s “thanks so much”. Sometimes it’s simply “thinking of you”.

I don’t expect anything in return, but I figure it’s the smallest thing I could do and it only takes me a couple of minutes a week.     

Know Yourself

No, not a literal mirror. A figurative one. Do you like the woman you are becoming? Do you like the path your life is on? Is your business headed where you want to be headed?

If you don’t know yourself, like gut check, know, then how are you ever going to get to where you want to be? I encourage you to really spend some time thinking through what your personal mission is. If you were to die tomorrow, what would you want to leave behind? What legacy would you want to live on after you?

Sometimes this can feel yucky. Sometimes we don’t like what we see. Babe, I have so been there. There are times in my life where I hated my work, my body, my lover, my life. So much so that I even wrestled with depression and considered suicide.

No, my life isn’t a walk in the park. But I am way more self aware than I used to be. When things start conflicting with my personal values in other parts of my life I know I need to reassess and see if I am still on the right path.

So now that we have done the physical decluttering (throwing away all the shit), metal decluttering (spending some time knowing what we really want), we finally have space for some biz chat. As much as I would love to chat business all the time, I realize you don’t just walk into a room and leave everything else on the other side of the door. We carry baggage with us EVERYWHERE and hopefully by implementing some healthy habits you feel a bit lighter now and have some room to give your business.

Create Systems

Emylee and I could literally chat systems all day long. They are our jam. They are our zone of genius.

In order to reach optimum productivity mode you need a central system in your business, a command center so to speak. For us, Trello has been the magical solution. First of all, the system is FREE and the program that we created to teach you how to use it is only $29 bucks. Winner winner, chicken dinner (and save me some dark meat).

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Trim the Fat

Once you have a system in place it is super easy to start to see what is and isn’t working. Not to mention what you keep avoiding (because you loathe it) and what is just not your cup of tea (because you know someone else is better at it).

Trello allowed us to see the fat. The blubbery stuff that was either slowing us down, wasting our time, or costing us unnecessary money. And because we had a system, all of a sudden we could see “ok, well this isn’t adding any value so it can go” or “we definitely still need this, but let’s find someone to take over that chunk”.

In a matter of months our team went from just us, to 11 people. I know that can seem excessive, but we put people in place who we know are the bomb diggity at their one piece of the puzzle. They help us with everything from blog post formatting (ain’t nobody got time for that) and Facebook group moderating (keeping 6,000+ women - and a few dudes - in line is not a task for two people).

Identify what simply is bogging you down and what you potentially need to delegate. Then set some dang dates for when you are going to make that all happen. Ready? Go.

Know What You’re Working Towards

How do you know you’ve reached your destination without a destination in mind? You have to know what you are working towards. You have to set goals. You have to set dates. You have to hold yourself accountable.

I could go into lengthy detail about why it’s important, but instead I am asking you to trust me. Why? Because I’m awesome, and I know what the heck I am doing! Do you?

Have Monthly Check-ins

Team or not, once a month you need to have a meeting with yo’ self! Put it on the calendar. Reflect on what has and hasn’t worked. See where you can improve. Check your analytics and go over the numbers. Were you a hot mess and yet somehow profitable? Or were you distracted and let things slip?

Without a monthly meeting days slip into weeks and weeks slip into months. Before you know it a whole season has gone by and you were so busy doing the work you didn’t take the steps to improve what was already in place.

Automate Everything You Can

I was absolutely baffled with how I went through life before I started automating EVERYTHING. I was so busy, I didn’t even have time to realize just how busy I was. I was doing everything 5x slower than it needed to be done.

Why?

Because there wasn’t a system. There was no workflows. I didn’t have a checklist. And I sure as hell didn’t know what Zapier or IFTTT could do for my life.

I’m not asking you to change everything (yet), but what I am doing is asking you ever so kindly to consider what you could automate. Take, for instance, blogging. It has the same steps every time (your process may be different, but here was how I used to do it):

  • 7:00 p.m. - shit, I haven’t written a blog post

  • 8:00 p.m. - why am I still on Facebook, I need to write a blog post

  • 9:00 p.m. - husband shouts from bedroom, “you coming to lay down honey?”

  • 10:00 p.m. - outline and part of draft written

  • 11:00 p.m. - need a snack

  • Midnight - ok, let’s format this thing

  • 12:05 a.m. - WHY DID I NOT TAKE A PICTURE FOR THIS?!

  • 12:15 a.m. - scour the internet for free images I could use for the blog image

  • 1:30 a.m. - finally have it formatted

  • 1:35 a.m. - schedule it to post at 5 a.m.

  • 3:00 a.m. - still can’t sleep because I got myself so worked up about writing that dang blog post, and

  • Rinse and repeat

If this seems all too familiar, I promise there is a better way. You can:

  • Create a content calendar and know what you are writing weeks (or months in advance).

  • Have a system from outline to published that doesn’t make you want to pull your hair out.

  • Actually spend time with family and breathe knowing everything you planned is actually taken care of.

This may feel like a pipe dream. But I promise if you take steps to systematize it all, it can all get done!

Be Mindful

A well laid plan is only just a plan until you mark that off as DONE! I am sure you have good intentions, we all do. But we get distracted. Life pulls our attention. Barking dogs wanting to eat dinner pull us away. We totally get it. Life happens, but you still need a plan. And you need a plan to fall back on should something happen.

We want you to know there is a better way. We want you to know you do not have to operate in a constant state of stressed out. Organized and productive is possible. Are you ready to have the best year ever?!

Babe, you can do this. And sometimes we know you just need a little extra nudge to get you there. We’re here to help you. Yes, you.

We created a totally free brand spankin’ new audio training and you can have it right now.

Inside you’re gonna figure out how to have your most productive year yet.

We’re sharing 3 no BS strategies that will give you the structure and the confidence to accomplish more than you ever have before in your business.

Because this is what you need to learn first. You can take all the topic specific courses your little heart desires, but they’re just going to sit there until you learn how to be productive.

Because you can learn it, babe.

So if you’re ready to say buh-bye to lackluster productivity and hello to freaking rockstar status then you need to get your hands on this free audio training right this second.


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Organization & Productivity

Uncover Your Personal Productivity Spirit Animal

You’ve tried planners, apps, notebooks, post-it notes and even set up entire walls of “organization” in order to master your productivity. Babe, quit trying so hard. You just need to know your productivity spirit animal and you will be set for life. You’ll know the environment you thrive in, where you get stuck and what you should do next.

But first, it only seemed right that we arm you with a few tips to get more done right away!

You’ve tried planners, apps, notebooks, post-it notes and even set up entire walls of “organization” in order to master your productivity. Babe, quit trying so hard. You just need to know your productivity spirit animal and you will be set for life. You’ll know the environment you thrive in, where you get stuck and what you should do next.   But first, it only seemed right that we arm you with a few tips to get more done right away!  |  Think Creative Collective

Define what you want. Like, for real, what do you want to actually accomplish?

Seriously, have you spent some time thinking about it? You should, or this might just be a giant waste of your time.

Break those dreamy goals up into doable chunks!

Now doesn’t that seem a little less daunting and a bit more doable?

Schedule the most important tasks for when you are most productive.

Morning person, hack it out then. Night owl, work it out girl.

Stop stressing over making everything perfect!

Good is good enough. You’re ready. Take your quiz now.


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Systems, Organization & Productivity

5 Tips to Help You Focus on Your Business (After Your 9 to 5)

The dream is real, y’all! Whether you work on your “hustle” full time or you balance your biz with another full time job, we get it. Sure, it would be easier to have every day, all day, to work on your dreams, but in reality, bills have to be paid and a girl’s gotta eat.

So where do you spend your extra sliver of precious time and energy once you come home from the 9 to 5? What are the key things that you should be focusing on that can propel your business forward? It’s easy to get side tracked on doing the “fun” things, but especially in the beginning there’s a lot of behind-the-scenes grunt work that’s just got to be done.

Since we know it can easily get overwhelming for you to know where to turn your focus, we’ve broken down the 5 key things that we think will make the most impact on your business.

The dream is real, y’all! Whether you work on your “hustle” full time or you balance your biz with another full time job, we get it. Sure, it would be easier to have every day, all day, to work on your dreams, but in reality, bills have to be paid and a girl’s gotta eat.  So where do you spend your extra sliver of precious time and energy once you come home from the 9 to 5? What are the key things that you should be focusing on that can propel your business forward? | Think Creative Collective

1. Start With a Clear Mapped Out Version of Your Week (Friday)

We suggest laying out your week on the Friday before, if not a whole month in advance. Sounds crazy we know, but if you can learn what is actually doable in the time you have, you can plan accordingly. Setup all the baby steps and must dos inside Trello, set dates, and then the Friday before copy the tasks over to My Week. Even if you’re not necessarily blogging (which we think you totally should be!) we bet there are still things that you can map out and designate days for to get completed. Not only will you have a clearer vision of what needs done, but you can clear up your headspace so we can be present with friends and family during the weekend. You’ll know that Monday is covered!

2. Spend Some Time Being Present Online (Everyday)

It’s really easy to get stuck in our own little “creative” bubble, but the power of being present online is incredible. We make sure to post on our favorite social media platforms (Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest) multiple times a day. If you know you can’t be on your phone at work try a scheduling app like Later (for Instagram), Post Planner (for Facebook and Twitter) or Tailwind (for Pinterest), so you can plan everything beforehand.

It’s also beneficial to be present in any online groups you might be in. (Need one to join? We'd love to have you in ours! )

Becoming known for what you do is so powerful, and it easily transitions into more referrals. More referrals means more work (which is money in your pocket). Try answering questions as they come up in groups, adding advice when it’s asked for, and always try to give more than you promote. Work on building an authentic and knowledgeable brand.

 

3. Get Back to Clients or Customers (2-3 times a week)

There’s no reason you need to respond to emails every single day, so let yourself off the hook with this one. It’s easy to get sucked down the rabbit hole of Gmail, so dedicate 2 to 3 days a week where you respond to clients or customers and limit it to 20-30 minutes max. If you blog, this could even include responding to comments on your posts.

It’s never fun from a client’s perspective to hear crickets when they’re interested in your product or service, so be in tune with your response policy. It’s good to let them know up front (like on your contact page) how many hours or days it might take you to reply.

That being said, if this hustle is your full-time, make it as professional as any other job and always respond within 1 to 2 business days.

4. Take Note of Your Results

When you’re still working the full-time job you’ve got even less time to lose than most. It’s very important for you to take note of what’s working for you as quickly as possible, as well as what isn’t, and to be able to adjust accordingly. On the other hand, you want to be able to see what is working well and see how you can replicate this for other parts of your business.

Use our favorite method of “tweak and repeat” to try new things and measure the results. Not everything is going to work for you (wouldn’t that be great?!) so take note, make small tweaks, and try again.

See where people are hanging out the most on your website by utilizing Google Analytics. 

5. Work on Getting in Front of More People, not Necessarily Making More 

It’s so, so easy to convince yourself that if you “just make one more thing” or provide “one more option” that that will be the thing that’s going to make it or break it for you. Unfortunately, this just causes you to invest more money and time into the creation of goods or services that nobody knows how to buy!

You’ve got to work on getting in front of more people, being talked about by your peers, and being heard. You can try emailing business that are on a similar level with you and who reach a similar audience to see if they’d be interested in doing a dual shout-out. Or try sending freebie products to big name brands to see if they’ll share it on their social media.

Try to spend your week strategizing between one and three ways in which you could market your brand, and map them out. Then pick one of these to implement the next week, and see what works. You might be surprised by your results, and by who says, “yes!”


We believe in you and we know you can do this. Working a full-time job while working your hustle is no joke, but if anyone can, you can. If you feel like you need some extra help with getting it all organized we definitely suggest you check out TrelloForBusiness.com and heck, while we are at it, we got a super sweet freebie to unlock some awesome time savers.

We’ve put together our top 22 keyboard shortcuts for Trello and Mac users. What the what?! And we’ve conveniently put it in a PDF so you can print it out and reference it anytime you want. Genius, I know. You can thank us later.


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