If you’re in business, you need content. When I say content, it could be blog posts, articles, social media posts, brochures, web page copy, product descriptions…the list goes on and on. Even if you plan to advertise who you are and what you do via video or podcast, you’re going to need (yep, you guessed it) content. For many people, the idea of content creation … Continue reading How to Create Stress-Free Content
Here at Digital Workflow, our goal is to inspire you toward your vision of success. One way that we do this is by interviewing successful entrepreneurs in different industries. For September 2018, Chad Alexander is our inaugural entrepreneur! Chad is the former Chairman for the Republican Party in the State of Oklahoma. He works as a self-employed consultant and sits on the board of a non-profit. Here are Chad’s answers to our 10 questions! Continue reading “Entrepreneur Spotlight: Chad Alexander”
If my friends and family were to tell you anything about it, it would likely be that I am maybe just slightly obsessed with the idea of time management. I started working from home for a variety of reasons. At first, I fell into the idea of “working whenever.” That quickly proved to be more stressful than what anyone is led to believe. With time and constant revision, eventually I came up with my ideal schedule. Continue reading “The Importance of Creating Your Ideal Schedule”
If we played a word association game and asked you to give me the first three words that come to mind about Apple, Microsoft, Spotify, or even Facebook, what would those words be? You may not like every single one of those companies, but chances are you like at least one. And even if you don’t like them, you know the names of them. If you hate all of them, then think about four brands you like and come up with three words to describe each of them.
Productivity. I’d say it’s probably the biggest buzzword of all time (at least in the business world). Think about it – who wouldn’t want to get more done in less time? After all, then you’d have extra time to devote to the things that really matter and to expand your business. Here are 4 productivity hacks you can use to really get shit done. Continue reading “4 Productivity Hacks to Supercharge Your Week”
Understanding the things that drive you out of business is important. It helps you correct any issues that you didn’t recognize happening in your business or it helps you avoid the issues all together.
When I put together this list, it had no particular order…but each point is still extremely important. Continue reading “How to Destroy Your Business”
Culture is the new employment buzzword. In a nutshell, it encompasses the type of environment people look for when they look for traditional employment. Studies have shown that Millennials, the current largest section of the workforce, want to work for someplace that provides them with more than a paycheck. They want to work somewhere that they enjoy and that makes a difference. A recent article published on Forbes.com discusses how many companies are changing how they do business in order to attract and keep top talent.
You’re thinking, “That’s nice, Robin…but what in the hell does this have to do with self-employment?”
I’ll tell you. It has everything to do with it. You’re both an employer and an employee. Your culture will make or break your experience when you work from home. Continue reading “Creating Your Own Culture”