When you start your own business you want to run the business not hassle the small stuff. Here’s a set of inexpensive tools that take the donkey-work out of being an entrepreneur.
Cubefree helps you places to work with WiFi outside of your home office, such as coffee shops and public libraries.
With Calendly your prospects and customers can schedule appointments, demos and meetings (with you) without futzing with Outlook or Calendar.
Unroll Me unsubscribes you from mailings that you no longer want and then rolls up the subscriptions you do want into a daily digest.
Smartsheet is like a spreadsheet for handling complicate projects with multiple people, without tedious emails and the unexpected appearance of out-of-date documents.
HP Instant Ink orders a new printer cartridge for you before you run out, which is delivered to your home office.
Wunderlist helps you organize and share your lists (to do, grocery list, books to read) to the list of books you want to read–and virtually check items off once they’re complete.
Shyp picks up your items, packs and sends them anywhere using the lowest cost, most reliable option.
SelfControl blocks your own access to distracting websites. Until the timer expires, you can’t access those sites, even if you restart your computer or delete the application.
By texting through GoButler, you can get stuff delivered, travel booked, restaurant reservations, and so forth at the same price you if you did it yourself.
GrubHub lets you order food from a selection of your local restaurants. (If you live in the boonies, though, your choice is limited but that goes without saying.)
RightSignature sends files off for signature and receive the signed documents in the same account, ensuring a smooth workflow.
Attach a Tile to anything–phone, keys, laptop bag , luggage–and you can track it with Bluetooth. Double tap your Tile to make your phone ring–even if it’s on silent.
Slack lets a team trade comments one-to-one or one-to-many.