Posts Tagged ‘time management’

5 Keys For Working Remotely

One of the benefits of being a copywriter, is that most of us can work from wherever we want. But it’s not all sunshine and rainbows. How do you deal with the challenges of remote work. After nearly 7 years working from home, here’s the 5 keys I’ve found to being productive and working from…

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Get Important Shit Done (feat. Dave Ruel)

We all know we need to plan. Some of us even do it. But, most of us have trouble executing our plan — despite our best intentions. When I discovered Dave Ruel’s ProductivAction method, I knew I had to get him inside the Business of Copy. This has truly been a game changer for how…

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Planning Big Projects

Many times as copywriters we’re also asked to be project managers. At the very least, we have to manage our own time and calendars. And during big projects like launches, this can seem like a monumentous task. In the video below, I discuss how to handle large product launches with considerations like how to: Communicateacross…

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[TOOL TOUR] Harvest App

Before I grew enough to use the capabilities of a project management tool like 17Hats, the Harvest App was the software I used daily. It’s a great “starter program” for invoicing, time tracking, and planning. Benefits: You can time track, even toggling between projects (or phases of projects) really easily It’s intuitive to use Sending…

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[TOOL TOUR] 17hats

17hats is the “Command Center” of my freelance business. We can create custom, automatic workflows for each client. Load up our templates and send them automatically. For example, once our contract is signed, the invoice goes out instantly (without having to touch anything). It also emails reminders when things are past due or when I…

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Scheduling your week

I couldn’t figure out why I had so much trouble getting my shit together. I tried every calendar app, setting reminders, and even hired a project manager. What the fuck is wrong with me that I can’t stick to a simple schedule? And then I saw this article: Maker’s Schedule, Manager’s Schedule And it made…

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