Category: Business

Getting Started with Obsidian Course

Getting Started with Obsidian

If you want to learn your way around Obsidian so that you can build a great note system then this course is for you. I’ll cover basic folder structure, when to use tags or links, and the plugins I think everyone needs to make their Obsidian experience excellent. Plus much more. If you want all my coursesbecome a member.

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  • 6 Tips to Bring Sanity to the Overwhelmed Creative

    Yes I wrote a book all about Analogue Productivity, but in September 2018 I started looking longingly at task managers and project management tools again. I gave 2Do a shot, then looked at the upgrade pricing for OmniFocus. I tinkered with the idea that Things 3 was the update that would work for me. I […]

  • If you want to start freelancing, you need to do some planning first

    So you want to go freelance. I get it, running your own business can offer so much freedom. It can also crash and burn if you don’t have a plan. Today I talk about these things that you need to have in your plan before you get going: Plan some savings, ideally 6 months Get […]

  • Talking with Matt Medeiros about choosing a job after leading an agency

    After talking with Adam Warner a few months back I’ve had a number of people reach out to say that they enjoyed the interview and Adam’s perspective on moving from Foo Plugins to Sitelock. Today we’re continuing in the same vein as I talk to Matt Medeiros. Matt is a founder of Slocum Studios along […]

  • Taking the kids to work?

    Austin Kleon writes about his kids spending lots of time in his office. It sounds so good, but then I think about the focused time I need and wonder how I could do it. Could I set up a bit of an art table and then spend more time with them doing art and hanging […]

  • Experts are willing to say “I don’t know”

    I was listening to The Tim Ferriss Show on my morning run and the interview with Howard Marks continually made me think of how often we get over confident when we talk to clients. We do this because we want to win the work, but are we doing them a disservice? What should we be […]

  • Are You Willing To Do The Work Needed to Be Successful?

    We all have dreams of the products we’ll launch to wild fanfare. We will write it, and they will come…or not. Many people enjoy doing the work to build something, and then they want to be done. They don’t want to do the marketing needed. They want to send off their work into the world […]

  • Personal Branding or “Business” Branding?

    I had a question come in and it went: Should I brand myself as me, or should I get a company name that’s really just me? I’ve done both actually. My coaching is under my own name and my WordPress Membership Development Business is under SFNdesign. Watch or listen to today’s episode as I go […]

  • If you’ve ever wanted to do an SEO Audit

    SEO seems like a black art to me, but with an audit and then some optimization of your site you can start bringing in the clients you want organically. My friend John gives us a walk through of the SEO audit part today. You still need to do some optimization, but this is part of […]

  • Seth Godin on The Benefit of the Doubt

    Great post on how to treat customers from Seth Godin. We need to remember this as we treat our customers with respect or not. I had a project go months over this year. When the client asked about it, I told them the truth. I fell in love with another part of my business and […]

  • Colour and Bullet Journal

    The thing I like about this Bullet Journal is the colour. I do my weekly plan by colour so I know what’s going on. If you want to see how I do Bullet Journal, and organize my whole system around going analogue, then you can read about it in Analogue Productivity.