Welcome to the Resources page, where I recommend a hand-picked list of the very best resources worth checking out.
Disclaimer: Some of the links below are affiliate links, meaning that I may receive a small commission at no cost to you if you decide to make a purchase. Please note that I only recommend products and services that I use and enjoy myself.
Calendly has absolutely transformed scheduling for me and makes it easy to “find a time that works” for everyone involved.
You know how you usually waste a bunch of time going back and forth to find a good day and time to meet with someone? This solves that instantly.
I’m not exaggerating when I say this is my overall favorite tool (and it’s also why it’s at the very top on this page).
Need a tool to manage all your stuff? Asana helps you coordinate work across teams.
I use this to track everything in my life. Not kidding. I even have an Asana list for groceries!
This tool also comes in very handy when assigning tasks to people and adding deadlines. Asana also helps a ton in my overall podcast production process.
Zoom is another critical software in my arsenal. It is so easy to host and record meetings with multiple people. You’ve probably used it by now, but perhaps you’re on the fence about premium.
There are various paid options, but you immediately unlock the next level. I am always the one hosting meetings, sending out my links, and adding value by providing a “virtual venue” for people to meet. You are also able to share your screen and record, which is incredibly powerful.
To achieve “expert level,” I suggest integrating Zoom with Calendly. This means that when people book a time to chat with you via Zoom, the link is automatically sent over. Gosh, I love automation.
I remember trying to do basic photoshop in Microsoft Paint back in the day… wow. We have come a long way thanks to Canva.
With this tool, photoshop is so easy (and affordable). They have a great free plan, but I personally upgraded to the “Pro” option to have access to even more features.
If you are looking for an email automation tool that does it all, AWeber will get you taken care of. It allows you to grow your email list, engage with your audience, and increase sales.
AWeber incredibly easy to use and set up. They do offer a free version and then a paid version with more bells and whistles.
“Where do I upload my podcast?” You need to upload to a platform such as Libsyn for hosting.
Libsyn allows you to upload your content and push out to all the relevant platforms such as Apple Podcasts and Spotify.
The Yeti podcast microphone is very popular and you’ll likely see it being used by many podcasters and YouTubers.
You know, with technology, you’d think laptops would have great webcams, but for some reason, they usually suck. If you want high-quality video when recording or on Zoom calls, this is the webcam to get.
This pop filter helps reduce sounds when you’re saying words that start with the letter “P.” It won’t make sense until you record a podcast without it, then you’ll come back here and order it like I recommend!
Need a business card with perks and points? Chase Business Ink is what I use and is worth checking out.
The Chase Sapphire Preferred has been an amazing card for me. You get a ton of points and can apply that towards things like hotels, rental cars, and flights.
Earn 60,000 points by spending $4,000 in the first three months ($750 in value towards travel).
If you follow me on social media, you know I’m always reading! Click here for a full list of recommended books.
While I love to read, there’s no denying that audiobooks can help you get through books much more quickly and conveniently. I recommend Audible if you want to listen to some books on the go.