I have a new favorite tool and its called Toggl. It’s a time tracker tool that you can use through a mobile app, on the web or directly from your desktop. One of my goals this year is to create more structure to my days and one way to do that is to know how much time I spend on various tasks. Then I can find ways to speed up the process by creating systems or decided whether this is something that I should be delegating out to someone else.
Have you ever tried emailing a file or multiple files but it was too large to send? Then you probably try zipping (or archiving) them but it was still too big to send. Back in the day we would have had to put those files on a floppy (not the big floppy but the compact ones, lol) or burned it to a CD/DVD and hand it off to the client. Now with many computer manufacturers doing away with the built in CD drive, we need an alternative way to transfer
There are several options available to you when it comes to invoicing and collecting payments for your products or services. I believe that PayPal is the easiest method for someone just starting out. Everyone is familiar with it in some form or another. PayPal as comes a very long way. Many of the features that I enjoy for my business wasn’t available back when I started using them. What I like about PayPal now: It’s free. You can send invoices and received payments. You can create a simple shopping cart