Trello, Organization & Productivity

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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Organization & Productivity, Trello, Time Mangement

What To Do When Time Blocking Doesn't Work for You

Emylee here. We get asked about time blocking by other creatives quite often. Do we use it in our business? How do we set it up? The truth is: we hate time blocking. It never worked for our brains, and we kind of thought part of us was broken. We thought it was time blocking or bust, and that if we didn’t time block we must be scattered and fly-by-the-seat-of-our-pants type of workers. Well, we don’t really fall into that category either, so what does that mean?

Emylee here. We get asked about time blocking by other creatives quite often. Do we use it in our business? How do we set it up? The truth is: we hate time blocking. It never worked for our brains, and we kind of thought part of us was broken. We thought it was time blocking or bust, and that if we didn’t time block we must be scattered and fly-by-the-seat-of-our-pants type of workers. Well, we don’t really fall into that category either, so what does that mean?  |  Think Creative Collective

When we created the boards and workflow that we show you inside Trello for Business we like to think of them as a unique marriage of time blocking + organic productivity. Because if you’re anything like us it’s hard for you to commit to specific task days. For example, if we set Monday as writing days and Monday comes and we’re not in writing mode it ain’t happening.

We very much look at the big picture, lay it out in easy to get done chunks, and check off as we go. It doesn’t mean there’s still not structure to our days and weeks, it just looks different. So when some more questions about time blocking came up in our group the other day we found ourselves explaining it like “well, we don’t time block, but we do organize our tasks”. So how is it different? How, if time blocking is something that just doesn’t work for you, can you still be productive?

First, give yourself some grace, you’re not broken. Just because you can’t work in time blocking chunks doesn’t make you unproductive. It doesn’t mean you can’t get just as much done in an organized way. You just need to reframe your thinking. 

It's definitely helped me assign due dates to aaaaaall my ideas and tasks to actually get shit done. And, breathe :-) My life was cluttered in lists and ideas that kept floating around in my head, they are now getting the pretty little card and deadline they deserve. And I get to exercise, have my nails done, and smell the roses while getting more done. 
- Marie

Secondly, the way that we show you how to use Trello inside our program Trello for Business is truly a new way to look at getting your to-do list done. It’s not time blocking, and it’s not scattered either. Let us break it down for you.

  1. Brainstorm all the ideas

  2. Map out the big picture

  3. Pull out projects that can happen next

  4. Get to the nitty gritty

  5. Set dates

  6. Go week by week, day by day

Here’s the thing. A creative’s brain never stops. A small business owner’s brain never stops. So we think that something as rigid as time blocking has to be the answer to our problems. But that rigidity is sometimes, well, too rigid. It doesn’t allow for creative freedom and whitespace. It doesn’t leave room for your mood or your life.

By starting with the brainstorm you’re able to get all those hairbrained ideas out of your head and into the physical space (hello, good juju). Just by getting those out into the world you’ll be able to sleep better tonight, we guarantee it (#NotADoctor).

Once you see all those wild ideas, you can now begin to ask yourself which ones can happen now. Which ones seem the most fun, the most rewarding (financially and soulfully) and which ones are in my wheelhouse to get done now? Moving things out of the “would be nice” list to the “okay, let’s make this happen” list really reigns in your focus.

So once we’ve pulled out the projects that can happen now we like to go into launch mode. You might need to reframe your head around the word “launch” at this point. You can “launch” your blog even if you already have a website. You can “launch” a course or a coffee mug. You can “launch” a Facebook group or a social media marketing strategy.

So let’s go into launch mode for 2-3 things. No more. Do not stockpile your launch pad with all your dreamy to-dos. Let’s tackle just a few at a time.

Okay so say we’ve got three things in launch mode. Maybe you’re going to launch:

  • A blog (on your pre existing website)

  • A better (or actual) Instagram strategy

  • An line of coffee mugs

Each of these would live as their own launch with their own tasks. You want to now break down all the nitty gritty details and steps it’s going to take to make these things happen. Some example steps for launching a blog might look like this:

  • Decide if you can add a blog onto your current website

  • Design what the blog page looks like

  • Decide on how often new content is coming out

  • Poll audience or ask questions to figure out a blog niche

  • Decide if you’re going to offer content upgrades to posts

  • Research how to add content upgrades to posts

  • Brainstorm ideas on what to write

  • Outline or write X blog posts (depending on how often you’re putting new content out)

  • Decide what your blog graphic should look like

  • Design blog graphic

  • Format blog post

  • Create social media workflow for posting new content

There are details we’re missing for sure, but this gives you a good idea as to how detailed you should be getting in this step. Now, here’s the most important part of the entire process.

Assign dates to each and every task. 

This right here is the make it or break it factor. This is the difference between “I’m thinking about it” and “I’m doing it”.

Inside Trello for Business we walk you through exactly how we do this in our own business for tasks like blogging or product launching. We’ve got the workflows built right in for you so you don’t even need to think about those aspects . Then it’s as simple as looking at your calendar and moving the current week’s pieces to, well, your current week.

So come any day during that week, you’re only looking at the tasks that need to be tackled that week. Your big picture plan is on an entirely other board so your little biz brain won’t get distracted.

Can you see how this is semi-time blocking, but not? It’s like task blocking. With freedom. Because now that you’re just looking at your 5-day (or whatever-day) workweek, you can move around tasks as your mood or life sees fit.

Realistically you’d have other tasks in your week, like client work, other content creation, and steps of your other launches (like the Instagram strategy and coffee mug collection). But at one glance you see if Tuesday would be a great day for brainstorming blog ideas of if you can can swap it with a task from Thursday instead. You aren’t harming the flow because you have all week to get it done. Just don’t not do things, silly.

With this method you’ll be checking off things like hotcakes, because you are giving yourself the space to breathe. You’re working on multiple launch tasks so you don’t get bored. You’re tackling the bigger picture steps that make a launch successful into tiny doable chunks.

To find out more about what Trello for Business has to offer, be sure to head over here.


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22 Time Saving Keyboard Shortcuts

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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Launching, Organization & Productivity, Trello

How to Organize Your Launching Strategy with Trello

Abagail here. Raise your hand if launching gives you the heebie jeebies. I get it, boss. There are a million and one moving pieces and it’s hard enough for you to remember all the steps - let alone have some sort of organization that helps you keep it all together. My own launching methods included Dropbox folders overflowing with graphics, Post-it notes with never-ending to do lists and serious anxiety that I was going to forget something along the way.

Raise your hand if launching gives you the heebie jeebies. I get it, boss. There are a million and one moving pieces and it’s hard enough for you to remember all the steps - let alone have some sort of organization that helps you keep it all together. My own launching methods included Dropbox folders overflowing with graphics, Post-it notes with never-ending to do lists and serious anxiety that I was going to forget something along the way.  |  Think Creative Collective

Whether you are launching something ginormous like a new product or service or something a bit smaller like a blog post, you still need a single system to help you organize, track progress and flawlessly implement your launch.

Trello is Awesome

Ok, perhaps slight overstatement. Out of the box, Trello looks like just about every other project management system on the market. But, when you unlock and master its hidden potential you will sing its praises on the daily.

Inside Trello we manage daily tasks and construct large and complicated launch plans that are super easy to implement. We can see at a single glance the progress we’ve made and the steps we have left. And like icing on a cake, we didn’t have to pay for an expensive launch coach, project manager, or even VA to get it all setup.

We can go from idea to $10k+ launch in under 30 days.

The Secret Formula

Here’s the exact process we use every single time we have a launch.

STEP 1: BRAINDUMP

You’re creative. You’ve got new ideas on the daily. Ideas are not in short supply. But often they are swirling in your head. For some this may seem “normal”, but for the majority it is probably giving you unnecessary anxiety. “How am I going to do it all?” “I can’t do this on my own?” “This idea is the best one I’ve ever had, but how can I execute it?”.

You’ve got to stop asking questions and just get it out of your head. Every time something crosses your mind - whether you will ever actually do it or not is irrelevant - you need to get it out. You need to give it space.

We keep an ongoing list of boss ideas inside our Big Picture Strategy. This gives us a place to let it all out, without jumping every time a new idea hits the brainwaves.

STEP 2: MAKE A LIST & CHECK IT TWICE

Got it? Have that special thing in mind you’ve been waiting for?

Awesome. Now it’s time to nail down all the steps as a checklist.

You will first create a new card in the “Current Launches” column inside Big Picture Strategy.

Inside that card you will create a checklist of EVERYTHING you need to do in order to launch that thing. Get as nitty gritty as possible. Our course launch checklist has more than 36 steps. That’s totally fine. Don’t stress about the volume of work. It is more important to break down each step into doable chunks. Don’t be afraid to get specific.

 

Now, before you go running to do all the things, this list needs time to breathe. Leave it for a couple of days. As you remember additional steps, add them to your checklist.

Before this step is complete take a couple minutes to review it and make sure you haven’t missed anything. Drag and reorder individual tasks so they are in the most logical order to complete them.

STEP 3: CONVERT YOUR LIST TO INDIVIDUAL TASKS

Since you’ve gone through the trouble of outlining every little thing it will take to launch I HIGHLY suggest you make a copy of this card and save it to your Processes List inside Your Business Blueprint. That way when you decide to launch again you already have all the tasks necessary outlined in advance and you can just do a quick review instead of totally reinventing the wheel.

Now, who's ready for my FAVORITE PART of this whole launching process?

Before you start you will need to create a new list. Title it the same as you did your original card.

Drag the card you created with all the individual tasks over to this list.

Now, starting at the top of your checklist, convert each item to a card.

At this point you should have a list with an empty card at the top and each checklist item should have their own card.

Before you move on, go ahead and delete that empty card by hitting archive and then delete.

STEP 4: ASSIGN DATES FOR INDIVIDUAL TASKS

You’ve already done the hard part. You outlined EVERY SINGLE TASK! This part is even simpler. Now that you have your individual items as cards you can assign dates to each one.

Go through and assign dates for each task. Keep in mind that on some days you may be able to do more than one task, but other tasks may need several days to implement. Be mindful of other things already on your schedule and assign them in the order that they are on the list.

Now at a glance you can see your launch schedule in list form.

Or in Calendar View.

STEP 5: JUST DO IT

Now as long as you follow your own outline, in a matter of weeks you could be in full on launch mode, ready and armed with everything you need. It’s just a matter of holding yourself accountable to the dates you set and being mindful of what you can actually accomplish.

You got this, babe.

 


Need some more help? No problem. We know launching can be a bit overwhelming. Inside Trello For Business we not only walk you through this process and many others (in video format), but we give you copies of all of our boards and all of our processes, including our fan-favorite, Launch in a Box. We’ve already put in the work so you don’t have to. We’ve thought out a launch plan. It’s ready for you to copy and paste. You can get started right now.


Need help with your next launch? We’ve got the goods on generating the right buzz and planning it out so you can be super successful. The best news is that it’s totally free. Yup, you can snag your copy of our latest ebook right here.


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Business, Organization & Productivity, Trello

Why I Broke Up with My Paper Planner and How it Totally Changed Our Business

Abagail here. I love paper. The smell of fresh ink on a hot sheet of paper makes me feel giddy. This shouldn’t be such a surprising phenomenon considering my background in design, but I have a confession to make.

I’ve broken up with paper.

Gone are the days of endless stacks of Post-it notes, forgetting which notebook contained what set of notes from which meeting, and constantly worrying that I would forget (or even lose) my to-do list.

Abagail here. I love paper. The smell of fresh ink on a hot sheet of paper makes me feel giddy. This shouldn’t be such a surprising phenomenon considering my background in design, but I have a confession to make.  I’ve broken up with paper.  Gone are the days of endless stacks of Post-it notes, forgetting which notebook contained what set of notes from which meeting, and constantly worrying that I would forget (or even lose) my to-do list.  |  Think Creative Collective

See, paper only got me so far in life. I lived and breathed off my paper planner in high school and college. It was how I managed to get to every class and track homework assignments.

Then life happened. Like, instead of just managing the same 5 or 7 things every day, I had to manage dentist appointments that only happened once every six months, lunch with my girlfriends, and all things Junior League.

My paper planner just wasn’t working for me anymore.

So, like anyone else on the face of the planet, I just started trying #allthethings. I downloaded every app under the sun. I started integrating my calendar with my phone — and even synced it with my husband’s phone.

Some things started to work — I stopped forgetting appointments. But when I started my own business, and then later joined forces with Emylee, what was once organized chaos — now wasn’t. It was just pure and utter chaos.

Now, I am an organized person. All my socks match. My closet is color coded. And my files (the dumb ones I have to keep for taxes) are nicely put in their place. But our business was in desperate need of a system that worked — like a central command center (cue Star Trek Voyager music playing in the background).

Sure, we could manage a small task list, but when trying to manage multiple launches, create new products and be rockstar online marketers, I knew we needed a better system.

Enter Trello.

Easily my favorite tool on the planet.

Out of the box it looks like just about every other organizational tool on the market, but the secret sauce was finding what worked and making a system that just functioned.

What once was a #hotmess express of a business (like, no joke, not sure how we used to make money!) is now a machine. A well-oiled one, in fact. Where everything has its place and is truly always at our fingertips.

Here’s what my paper planner was missing:

  • Systems, Checklists and Workflows — so we could cut down on time spent on things we were always doing (over and over again).

  • Brain Space — we LOVE to brainstorm over here and we always felt like we were running out of room on those cute little lined pages.

  • Drag and Drop-ability — we can easily change our minds and rearrange daily tasks as life happens and we can still manage to get it all done without major eraser marks or crossing anything out.

  • Include Others — as a two person team, we needed the ability to be able to share everything and with a paper planner it always felt like hoarding. Now we choose who we share with and what info they have access to. So our husbands have access to Home Base, but our VA only sees the blog workflow.

  • Easily Reference #AllTheThings — it’s one thing to centralize notes, but having the ability to literally attach ANYTHING to the cards has been game changer — photos for inspiration, design files, Google Docs, videos and more.

  • Be Everywhere and Yet Somehow Nowhere — the day you forget your paper planner at home is the day you sulk — HOW WILL YOU SURVIVE?! But with Trello we have access to everything from anywhere — any electronic device with internet access and boom. And yet we don’t have to physically remember to carry anything with us — it’s just there all the time whenever we need access.

As your friends and fearless leaders we could just give you access to Trello and watch you try it and, like every other app, forget about it in just a few short days or weeks. So instead, we are going to walk you through Trello, every step of the way, so you can start implementing change TODAY and start seeing results TOMORROW. You absolutely do not want to wait any longer to get organized and stay organized.

Don’t wait like Alyssa:

“Good morning, ladies!

Just want to drop a note for you this rainy Michigan morning. I purchased your Trello course this summer, and have JUST NOW copied the boards over and am getting organized. (WHATTT?!?! Why did I not do this sooner!>>?!>?!?!>!>)

Holy. crap.

These boards are incredible, life changing, motivating, brain clearing amazingness. (and I haven’t even watched all of the videos yet!!!!!)

Thank you for doing so much leg work for me (copying boards is insanely easy and helpful) and for including SO MUCH strategic information. This isn’t just an organizing course - this is a BUSINESS STRATEGY course disguised as a Trello tutorial.

You’re amazing. May your coffee be extra hot this morning. Cheers to you!

xoxo,
Alyssa”

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Trello, Organization & Productivity

Organize Your Business and Your Life with Trello

Figuring out how to be productive as a small business owner is a job in and of itself. If you’re like us, then you’ve tried ALLL the systems! Some are free (like Post-it notes, the notes app on your phone, notebooks and notepads) and some are paid (expensive software or paid apps that you think will do the trick). For some reason, they’ve all failed — and you may feel like you’ve failed all of them. Because for a lot of us (especially us creatives), our brains only work a certain way.

Figuring out how to be productive as a small business owner is a job in and of itself. If you’re like us, then you’ve tried ALLL the systems! Some are free (like post-it notes, the notes app on your phone, notebooks and notepads) and some are paid (expensive software or paid apps that you think will do the trick). For some reason, they’ve all failed — and you may feel like you’ve failed all of them. Because for a lot of us (especially us creatives), our brains only work a certain way.  |  Think Creative Collective

 

Seriously — for us to be productive, organized and put together, we have to have the moon in a certain phase, be standing on one foot, in a finger towards the north wind kind of pose. You feel us?

So you can imagine our shock when we found a system that not only worked, but stuck. Like, we actually kept using it after the initial, “OMG, this is the answer!” phase. And it kept working. And we figured out how to make it better and better, the more we used it.

Now, we want you to be able to use our exact system. We want to copy + paste our workflow, and give you the detailed instructions on how to make it for your business.

We want you to use Trello like a BOSS.

If you’re feeling totally overwhelmed just trying to keep track of your business, your clients, your projects, and, you know, your actual life (Family? Friends? Remember them?), then you need to unlock Trello for Business. This video course will show you exactly how to manage your creative business, blog, and workflow (whether you sell products or services), plus help you stick to all your commitments as a real human person, using Trello.

If you're a biz owner who is saying to yourself, "What the hell is a Trello?" right about now, then you need to get on this. The best news? It’s only $29 bucks. Don’t even lie and try and tell us you spent less than that the last time you made a “quick stop” at Target!

I bought it and it’s absolutely amazing!! You changed my life and my biz organization! I tried Trello in the past but I didn’t know how to use it and your course is super helpful. Thank you so much!!
— @socialmediabiondina

Get organized. Get shit done.

Grow your business with Trello.

We’re taking you inside Trello and walking you through our workflow step-by-step to show you how we manage our OWN small business. Not only are you getting a peek into exactly how we run things every single day, but we’re giving you the exact templates (with instructions and sample boards) so you can do the same thing. We’re getting you to a better place so you can spend less time being a frazzled hot mess and more time checking things off your list like you're freakin' Santa Claus.

SO HOW DOES THIS MAGIC WORK?

Here’s what we know about how to make goals happen: you have to start at the end and work backwards. It applies to anything and everything. That book launch. Your new jewelry / planner / course launch. Your blog or podcast calendar. Your client workflow. All of those processes work best if you start at the end and work your way backwards.

I stayed up until 2 am doing the course and following along setting up my boards (baby wakes up at 6 am). Worth every penny, and I was already a Trello user!
— @sbb_gourmet_catering

But how does that look for everyday work?

That’s what plagues most business owners. You struggle with taking the big picture strategy and breaking it down into actionable (and doable) steps. It lingers in your brain or on that random bar napkin and rarely becomes reality because there is no action plan.

WE’RE HERE TO CHANGE THAT.

We’re not just going to give you an overview of how to use Trello. You could probably find enough YouTube videos to do that for you. Nope, we’re walking you through our exact workflow (yup, the one that’s led to a multiple 6-figure business in less than a year). This means that you get a peek at the systems we use to strategize, plan content, launch new  products, and more.

I absolutely love it!!! I’m almost done with the course and already have all my business/goals/projects/ideas/etc mapped out much better than it ever was before (and I’m a planning fanatic).
— @paintlifehappy

Holy freaking bananas!

So if you’ve been on the productivity struggle bus and want to board the “get shit done” train, then we urge you to enroll in Trello for Business.

You can find out more about what’s included by heading to Trello for Business.

We can’t wait to have you unlock all this goodness and put it to work! Once you dive in and get totally addicted, we’d love to hear from you! We’ve built a quick little survey into the program so you can tell us about all the amazing things that worked for you. So click right here, dive in now and get your biz life together.

I’ve been through the entire course and it’s literally transformed my workflow! I’m really excited to continue using and “tweaking” to make your system just perfect for me and my business.
— @nhst_photography

So, wait: what are you getting exactly? We're glad you asked!

📅 MY WEEK

This is how you’re going to zero in on your focus so you’re not totally freaking out about everything that needs your attention. We’ll show you how having a weekly view of your schedule will be an absolute game changer for productivity.

🔮 BIG PICTURE STRATEGY

This is huge stuff. Major biz road map type stuff. We’re talking the “Oprah-sized” goals here, people. This is where you’ll get a bird’s eye view of your entire business game plan so you can begin to take action and actually make shit happen.

✒️ BUSINESS BLUEPRINT

Your business's manual. The company guidebook. How we went from zero to hero. How the sausage gets made. How shit happens.Whatever you want to call it, this is your business's skeleton.  You don't want to be walking around without your skeleton, do you? No, you do not. We’re going to share our super top secret, revolutionary, never-before-seen strategy of “copy and paste” so you can save buttloads of time. This is high-tech gold here, people.

🖇 EDITORIAL CALENDAR

Blogger? Podcaster? Content creator of any kind? This will be your happy place. Keep yourself on track: learn our strategy of “dump, schedule, repeat” (sounds super sexy, huh?).

👯 COLLABORATIONS

Work well with others? Good for you! Your second-grade teacher would be so proud. So are we! Here’s the place to keep track of all those relationships, tasks and projects so one of you isn’t always saying, “I DID tell you, you just weren’t listening!”

💸 SALES FUNNEL

Keep track of all the lovely peeps interested in your awesome services and never lose sight of them in your sales process again.

✏️ CURRENT CLIENTS

Run a service-based business? Organize all your project details in one central location so you’re not all like, “Oh, crap, what did I say I would do for them?” (this is a bad thing to do).

🛍 MY PRODUCTS

Sell physical goods? First, we want to say: we like the way you work it (no diggity), and we're sure we'd like to bag it up (your beautiful wares, that is). Secondly, you’re gonna want to spend some time on this board now so you can save time later.

🎁 LAUNCH IN A BOX

Ever wondered how the pros market their new products and services? Well, we're giving you the goods. And by the goods, we mean the formula. And the checklists! Best of all, it’s in a box, tied up with a big, pretty bow, just waiting for you (it’s a digital box with a digital bow, okay? Use your imagination).

📬 HOME BASE

Did you forget to pick up your kid from school again? We promise that if you use this board to organize your personal to-do’s, that will never, ever* happen again!

*Can’t really promise, don’t blame us if you forget your kid again.

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