Resources are solutions to problems.

My two key criteria for choosing resources are:

  • effectivenessit has to work and
  • efficiencyget the job done quickly.

Here’s the list of I personally use and recommend

Digital Business

Tools I use to set up my digital business.

Podcasts

I listen to podcast in my car. I get educated and it’s free! What’s not to like?

  • The #AskGaryVee Show: Loud. No bullsh*t. In your face actionable advice from the man who is a true practitioner.

Books

Creatives and influencers are readers. Those that don’t make me nervous.

Software

I prefer cross-platform software so I won’t be held hostage.

  • Camtasia: Advanced software for recording and editing videos like this.
  • Nitro Pro: PDF on steroids.
  • Google Docs: Cross platform. Does Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. It’s free. And collaborative.
  • Google Spaces: Like Evernote. Only better.
  • Office Mix: The free add-on for PowerPoint. Let’s you create interactive online videos. (I bet you’ve never heard of it. Because Microsoft does such a bad job at marketing it)
  • 1Password: Literally, one password that holds the key to all your passwords.

Apps

Only Android. No hard feelings, iOS fan-boys/gals.

  • Kindle: I buy all my books from Amazon. So this is just a logical choice. I much prefer the Kindle (reader, not the app).
  • Audible: Reading is not your thing? Listen then.
  • Stitcher Radio for Podcasts: For subscribing and listening to podcast. Not ideal but it works.
  • Google Drive: I live in the cloud. My clients use Google Drive. Hence.
  • Google Photos: It keeps getting better. My wife and I share the same account for all our family photos.
  • Google Now: The Chatbot that is smarter than, well, Siri.
  • Google Play Music: Upload 50,000 songs. Free. Now with podcasts.
  • Google Keep: Capture ideas, thoughts, and more on my desktop, phone, and watch.
  • Feedly: Gathers all my favorite blogs in one place.

Social Media

You know, the stuffs that waste time?

  • Twitter: My favorite. Because I can tweet anybody.
  • Snapchat: A channel that forces you to be creative. Am doing snaps on applied design thinking.
  • Facebook: My personal profile.
  • Instagram: For beautiful filtered photos.

Gears

Offline stuffs.

Last update: May 11, 2017.

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