Some say I’m a gadget-guy. (You know who you are.) I don’t know about that, but I am definitely a tool guy. The right tool can make me more efficient and save hours of my time.
For example, a few years ago, I stumbled on a simple software tool to create beautiful—and elegant—3D book covers (like the one above). Previously, I tried to create these in Photoshop, but I just didn’t have the skills to pull it off.
Next, I tried hiring a graphic designer. But I was paying $50–100 dollars per cover just to turn a flat image into a 3D illustration. With the tool I found, I can literally do this in five minutes.
Since I am often asked about the tools I use in my personal and professional life, I decided to write a simple ebook with all of them. It’s called, Inside My Toolbox: 99 Resources That Will Make Your Personal and Business Life Hum.
Today is the official publication date and you can get it free … for a limited time. (More about that in a minute.)
In this brief, to-the-point resource, you’ll discover:
- The word processor I use for all my writing—books, blog posts, podcast outlines, speeches—everything. Hint: It’s not Microsoft Word.
The online system I use to manage my automated marketing campaigns. This tool has made me tens of thousands of dollars over the last year.
The WordPress plugin I use to optimize my blog posts, making them SEO-friendly and more likely to get a higher ranking in Google.
The software I use to manage my seven-figure membership site. It’s surprisingly inexpensive—and effective.
The earphones I use for running. They have a unique design that keeps them in my ear, so they won’t fall out.
The software package I use to edit audio files. It’s like having a recording studio at your fingertips. Seriously!
The microphone I use in my podcast, along with all the other audio equipment.
The utility software I install first on any new computer. It enables me to start applications, find files, and launch workflows.
A simple application I use to backup my computer in the cloud. It works quietly in the background, insuring that I never lose anything important—and I haven’t in years.
The online program I use to document workflows, so I can share them with my colleagues and virtual assistants, making my team more efficient and effective.
And eighty-nine more. I have organized my tools into eight categories:
- Personal Development
- Social Media
As I said, you can get my new ebook free just by registering for my email list. This way you don’t have to visit my blog to stay up-to-date. Instead, you can get updates via email.
Whenever I post fresh content, I will send you an email message. It’s that simple.
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Question: What’s your favorite tool, for personal or business life?