Saturday, March 2, 2024

12 Tools For Successful Entrepreneurs

Everybody thinks that being an entrepreneur is an easy job and that all entrepreneurs do is sit in their luxurious and comfy chairs and order their subordinates around. Well, this is just a myth and entrepreneurs are actually the driving force behind every business, company, startup, etc.

However, if you are entrepreneur, rest assured that there are tools on the internet which can make your job easier and bring you closer to the aforementioned myth. Let’s take a look at the top 12 tools for lazy but successful entrepreneurs.

1. Asana

Asana is basically a project management tool that allows your team to communicate easily about the project, to share files, etc. This can come in handy if you are an entrepreneur who works on the internet with a remote team. It is certain that e-mail is not a convenient tool to use, and this is a great alternative.

2. Google Drive

Google Drive is an online storage tool where you can store all your files. This is very useful if you and your team share a lot of files and you need to have access to them at all times. Google drive is free, but it also offers some paid options where they offer more gigabytes of storage. On the other hand, the prices are really competitive and it will not cost you a lot to get the maximum out of Google Drive.

3. AngelList

AngelList is a website that is completely devoted to startups. Whether you need to hire someone for your startup, you want to present yourself and your startup, or you want to invest in a startup is irrelevant because this website offers all of these options. Their huge database of startups made it possible for entrepreneurs to meet and do business together.

4. Google Now

Google Now itself is not a piece of software but rather a complex and intelligent assistant built for your mobile phones and Google Chrome. Google Now can help you stay updated with the latest news that you are interested in, and even provide you with the information such as weather, distance, time, etc. It is basically all the necessary information that every entrepreneur needs.

5. All Conferences

All Conferences is a website that, in essence, contains a database of conferences all around the world. There is no better way for an entrepreneur to perform better with his business than going to conferences, meeting new people, and learning new stuff. Therefore, if you are up for traveling, check out the conferences in your field and enjoy.

6. Aussiessay

Written content is sometimes the basis for every successful entrepreneur. Whenever you need something written professionally, you can contact the team that operates behind the name Aussiessay. Their mission is to make your job easier by writing as you request.

7. Canva

If you need to come up with a logo or any kind of photo that will somehow represent you or your business, Canva is the right tool for you. Canva lets you create and edit photos easily and you can learn it in a matter of minutes. Once you master it, you can have a strong visual support for presenting you and your business.

8. Piktochart

In order to present your data in an interesting way, you can use Piktochart. This is also a very fun tool that provides interesting templates for data presentation. For example, if you need to present data on your website and you do not think that just writing it out would be a good idea, you can refer to Piktochart and create something great.

9. Buffer

Being an entrepreneur also requires constantly updating social media as a way of promoting your business. Luckily for you, Buffer will make thorough analyses and help you in building your social media presence. You can also schedule posts, tweets, pins, etc.

10. UpWork

UpWork is a website for freelancers who, by working remotely, can help you with a lot of jobs, usually for lower prices. You can apply as a client on UpWork and start even building your team that will help your business flourish. This website was formerly known as Elance.

11. LinkedIn

LinkedIn is a social medium that is focused on business and jobs. People who have LinkedIn profile usually have more success in finding the right job or finding the right employees. LinkedIn is a necessary tool for all serious entrepreneurs.

12. Wix

If you think that websites can be built with ease – you are right. Wix is a tool that offers free website building and you do not have to know a single thing about it.

To sum up, being an entrepreneur in the 21st century means focusing on IT for the sake of success. Therefore, with the right tools, such as the ones presented in this article, you can achieve the maximum, even if you are a bit lazy.


Jamie Jenkins
Jamie Jenkins
Gentleman Entrepreneur & Success Coach - "Nothing is sharper than a gentleman with a purpose in life. I'm here to help you build success, wealth and freedom in your life - the 3 key elements for "The Good Life". Jamie is the Author & Editor of the BE RICH Category.

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