Full Focus Planner

I used to have tasks and notes saved everywhere…legal pads, Asana, sticky notes, you name it. But once I started putting everything in one place and focusing on my daily Big 3 tasks and weekly review, I began to get the clarity I needed to lead my team and grow my business. Michael Hyatt’s system flat out works to help you focus on what really moves the ball forward.

My Recommended Books

Books have made a huge difference in my business and my personal growth. I put together the ultimate Marketing and Entrepreneurial reading list here.

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Simple Gmail Notes

We used to a use a paid service ($1,000+ a year) to accomplish what Simple Gmail Notes accomplishes for free, so we switched. This is a very easy-to-use Gmail plugin that allows you to put notes on emails. My customer service team can summarize emails for me to answer, ask questions, and we can easily correspond without having to leave Gmail.


This is just about the only tool my team uses to communicate with each other. No more long email chains, random texts, or forgetting to copy someone. Slack is the go-to communication tool for almost every online business I know. And you don’t need a huge team to get started. I got started with just three of us…for free!


I resisted using a tool like Asana for a long time. But now that we use it as a team, I cannot imagine my work life without it. Asana is by far my favorite project management and task management tool. It’s easy to use and makes collaboration and delegation super easy. You can start with the free version, which has worked for us for more than a year.

Linco Studio Lighting Kit

The number one factor in video quality is the lighting. Bad lighting = bad videos. Good lighting = GREAT videos! This is the best lighting kit for the money BY FAR! Usually under $125 at the link below. I’ve paid 3-4 times as much for worse products. This kit has everything, including backgrounds, two reflector lights, two umbrella lights, carry bag, and more.

Logitech BRIO Webcam

The BRIO costs more than twice as much as the C922x and it’s only slightly better. Since it saves us a few minutes per video in editing, it’s worth it, but I used the C922x for years before upgrading. Only use this if you truly need the slight increase in quality and don’t mind paying $150+ for a webcam. Also plug-and-play USB and if you are on a Mac, you’ll need the Logitech Camera Settings app (FREE).

Logitech C922x Pro Stream Webcam

This is the camera I recommend if you are on a budget and want to do high-quality videos or livestreams. I’ve never seen it cost more than $78 on Amazon at the link below. It’s a plug-and-play USB camera that works on every device I’ve tried. NOTE: If you are on a Mac, make sure to install the Logitech Camera Settings app.


This is the podcast player we use on my blog. I’ve tried just about every other player and this one, from Pat Flynn, is THE BEST! He created it for his own podcast so you know he’s going to make sure it keeps up with the times. Check out all the features using the button below.


It might seem like you can just host your podcast on your own server…but that is NOT a good idea! There are countless reasons why, but one is that you can host your podcast for only $5-15 on Libsyn, which is reliable and they don’t charge you per download like most regular hosts will. Their stats rock, too!


Audacity is the 100% FREE tool to edit podcasts. I’ve used Audacity for nearly a decade to edit my podcasts and highly recommend if you are on a budget. It has virtually all the tools you could possibly need to edit and export your podcast in high-quality formats.