Conscious Business Resources
Setting the Foundation
Website, & web presence, business cards, filing your business, and creating intake forms.
Defining your brand, specializing / differentiation, creating your elevator pitch, key words and imagery, and defining your market.
Business Model You - popular business model methodology for creating your own business model
Social media, networking events, and direct marketing.
Hootsuite - social media manager and scheduling tool for facebook, twitter, instagram, etc.
Toolkit for Small Business on Twitter - info explaining how to best use twitter for your small business
Linked In - professional social networking website for personal and business
Customer Relationship Management (CRM) - an approach to managing a company's interactions with current and future customers. Usually involves using technology to organize, automate, and synchronize sales, marketing, customer service, and technical support. (ex: Zoho)
Learning to balance "being" & "doing", powerful communication, asking for what you need, and collaboration.
Client tracking, CRMs, task management, payments, scheduling, time / energy management, and office space.
Google hangouts - a free video chat service that enables both one-on-one chats and group chats with up to 10 people at a time
Gotowebinar - do-it-yourself webinar for online conferences
Calendly - tool for scheduling clients that syncs with your calendar
Doodle - scheduling tool that simplifies the process of scheduling meetings or appointments through creating group event polls
Dropbox - this service lets you upload and save photos, docs, and videos, and share them easily
Yammer - Yammer is a private social network. Bring your team together so you can have conversations, collaborate on files, and organize around projects.
Asana - unlike email, asana puts conversations and tasks in one place, so everything is actionable and transparent.
Google docs - Create, edit, and collaborate with others on documents in real time.
Evernote - Digital, shareable online workspace for task management
Developing content, building a program, creating an arc of experience, potent facilitation, creating individual and group activities, and defining your “ethos”.
Being a potent leader / coach, collaboration, community, professional boundaries with friends / clients, and addressing challenges in leadership / coaching (e.g. navigating emotional distress of clients).
Self-care practices for care providers, personal sustainability, preventing (and dealing with) burnout, and relationship to money.
Being a part of a movement, community action, accelerating impact, and creating personal, social, and environmental context in your work.