I’ve got some big news to share.
Things are drastically changing around JennaDalton.com (and it makes me want to cry and jump for joy at the same time).
Here’s the thing…
It’s always nice, right?
To take a peek behind the curtain and see what shortcuts, tools and gadgets other coaches and consultants are using to run and grow their businesses?
One of the reasons I love listening to or reading interviews with other entrepreneurs is because a lot of times they talk about mistakes they’ve made, lessons they’ve learned and the tools they’ve used to get where they are today.
That means that I get to take a shortcut. I don’t have to research and discover everything myself. I can use what they’re teaching me to grow quicker and easier.
And that’s what I want to do for you today – help you by giving you a peek at what I use to run my business to help you run your business more efficiently and smoothly.
Now before we dive in, it’s true that I have used (and, for most of them, still use) all of these apps and tools and wouldn’t be recommending them if I didn’t find them helpful.
But some of them might not be right for you.
So take what works and leave the rest. (Which is what I always say, but that’s because it’s always true).
Let’s jump into it!
Do you ever get that feeling at the end of the day that you were super busy but not productive at all?
Like you can barely remember taking a breather but you don’t really have a lot of progress to show for all your work?
(Here’s me raising my own hand. Definitely been there!)
This is the dilemma of the wanna-make-it-big-blogger – thinking that in order to succeed you need to do a million different things.
But the truth is you don’t.
And if you try, you might actually be hurting your chances of success.
If you’re sick of feeling stretched too thin, busy but not productive, and totally exhausted without much to show for it, I’m gonna make a suggestion…
You don’t know which one to choose.
You wanna get a blog post up this week and you have two (or more) good ideas.
Ideas that you’re pretty sure your audience will wanna dive into.
Which one is the right choice?
How do you know you’re going to pick the one that people will love (and want to comment on and share)?
They’re both good ideas – ideas worth talking about – so which one do you choose?
Well there are some more obvious reasons to pick one idea over another…
I’ve been keeping a secret from you for a little while now.
Well, let’s be honest, it’s been about 5 months!
The thing is, I’ve been working behind the scenes trying to figure out my next steps and how I should actually go about telling you this.
And now it’s time to just rip that band-aid right off…