Websites and Automation – Social Power Summit Interview with Dr. Finch

Websites and Automation – Social Power Summit Interview with Dr. Finch

I really loved speaking at Dr. Finch’s Social Power Summit 2018 on the Content Panel. I had a great time and can’t wait to be apart of it next year so keep an eye out for the announcement when tickets go on sale for that. But in the meantime you can check out an interview that was done by Dr. Finch where she interviewed me and we talked about all things website and automation. Listen in!

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My Favorite Tech Tools: Google Authenticator App

My Favorite Tech Tools: Google Authenticator App

One of my favorite tech tools that I use is the Google Authenticator app. The Google Authenticator app is a great app for generating 2 Step verification codes. This second layer of security will protect your various accounts from being highjacked. IOS and Android versions available.

http://bit.ly/DigitallyYou – #TechChat’s are weekly trainings in the Digitally You with Samantha Facebook Community designed to help entrepreneurs & small business owners learn new ways to be productive in business, how to use the latest apps and organization tips.

Check out the video below to learn why I love it.

[Video] The Power of Daily Commitments

[Video] The Power of Daily Commitments

#TechChat’s are weekly trainings in the Digitally You with Samantha Facebook Community. It’s designed to help entrepreneurs & small business owners learn new ways to be productive in business. #TechChats are also designed to help you learn how to use the latest apps and get organized. In this #TechChat I talk about the power of Daily commitments. So what are you committed to?

Let me know in the comments what you have been putting off and not giving your all to, but now know you must commit to.

 

#TechChat – Why Manually Scheduling Clients Is A Time Suck

#TechChat – Why Manually Scheduling Clients Is A Time Suck

In today’s #TechChat I talked about why manually scheduling your clients is a time suck. We have all been there. Taking calls in the middle of a grocery store. Playing phone tag for weeks. Missing out on opportunities. There is a better way.

The best way to schedule clients is to put in some type of automated system. Some of the main points in the video are:

  1. Stop playing phone tag. Now know when you will be meeting with a client or receiving a call.
  2. Be prepared. When you know in advance when you will be meeting with a client or potential client you can have your research done and be better informed when you do meet.
  3. Never miss an opportunity. Always be available to take appointments without being physically available. By that I mean you can be sleep or on vacation and potential clients will still be able to schedule time to meet with you that is convenient for the both of you.

If you struggle with this and have no system what so ever to schedule clients then I invite you to my Automate to Dominate Pilot group training. You can find out more at bit.ly/atdpilot.

 

[Video] Can Your Business Run Without You?

[Video] Can Your Business Run Without You?

#TechChat’s are weekly trainings in the Digitally You with Samantha Facebook Community designed to help entrepreneurs & coaches learn new ways to automate, organize and be productive in business.

This week’s replay asks if your business can run without you. Being a business owner comes with responsibility but you don’t have to be a slave to them. Automation can be a big help in freeing up your time and energy as a business owner. If you are interested in seeing the Get Automated Webinar that is mentioned in this video you can find that here. It’s FREE for a limited time!

[Video] Taking Time To Organize Written Notes In Your Digital System

[Video] Taking Time To Organize Written Notes In Your Digital System

In this video I share with you my process for transferring my written notes into my digital filing system. I use Evernote, but this can work with any note taking app or software. Listen in and let me know your thoughts and what you use currently to marry digital with paper.

The Process:

  1. Set aside 1 to 2 hours. Especially if you have a large load of notes.
  2. I took a photo of the notebook
  3. Scanned the pages
  4. Tear up and toss the scrap of paper or file the notebook.
  5. To maintain – schedule time weekly to keep up to date and not get a backlog of notes to scan and have to devote hours.

 

Benefits:

  1. Helped me remember things I had written long ago.
  2. A great way to review how far you’ve come and what you have accomplished. (You don’t have to wait until the end of the year!)
  3. Helps keep you motivated and creativity flowing.

 

Choose Your Route

Route 1:

Scan to a generic notebooks, then organize where it goes later. You just need to make sure that you schedule the follow up.

Route 2:

Scan where it goes to from the start. This takes longer so you will need to schedule the necessary time and you may need to break it into sessions.

 

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