My favorite part of owning a home is making everything smart, and there for automatable. But smart lightbulbs can be a problem for those who haven’t embraced the smart home life…until now.
SavvyCal or Calendly. There are a lot of great features to like about SavvyCal, including how calendar overlays work, one-off links, reusable hours, and recurring time blocks based on calendar events. But I’m not quite ready to switch yet. Here’s why.
Getting a lot of client work can feel overwhelming – especially if you’re a small shop. You take on too much work, and now the walls are closing in on you. Luckily we can fix that through automation.
As a guy who makes his living mostly from recording podcasts and videos, it can be frustrating when my family, who’s mostly stuck at home due to a pandemic, comes…
I recently picked up the Stream Deck XL and have a few extra buttons to play with now. One thing I thought would be interesting is to launch a specific note in Bear Notes. Turns out you can totally do that! Here’s how.
Podcasting is a time consuming effort, which is why many podcasts fall victim to the dreaded podfade1. It can sometimes feel like you need a herculean effort to get it all done. Come up with topics, find and book guests, coordinate schedules, do the tech checks, record, post production, then publishing and promoting. That’s why putting a process in place and moving things off of your plate is a must. Here are 4 tasks you can take off your plate thanks to automation.
I’ve been thinking of doing something like this for a while, but haven’t pulled the trigger. I want to thank SaneBox for partnering with me to push me over the edge. This first edition of The Friday Toolkit is brought to you by them; I chose SaneBox as the partner because I’ve been using them all year and am a huge fan. I’m excited to share a little bit more about them.
Over the past year or so, I’ve made a concerted effort to grow my mailing list. After lots of conventional wisdom from podcast guests, blog posts, and online courses, I…
The Stream Deck offers endless possibilties, not only for live streaming, but for automation in general. Here’s how I have mine configured, and the tools I’m using with it.
Something I say a lot is automation helps you cut away the things you don’t need to do, so you can focus more time on the actual tasks that require…