As an entrepreneur, you always have to be on. Responding to emails, staying on top of your schedule, and preparing for the future can make it feel like you have everything in the world to do, with no time to do it.
Luckily, companies have picked up on this, and have developed an arsenal of tools that entrepreneurs can use to make their lives manageable. For every issue you could come across — from organization to lack of inspiration — there’s a tool you can utilize to help.
Here are five tools all entrepreneurs should use:
When you’re an entrepreneur, you can be swimming in paperwork — much of which has to be sent somewhere, signed, sent back, and dealt with by you. DocuSign can help eliminate this problem by helping you and your company go completely paperless.
DocuSign provides digital transaction management by facilitating the exchange of signed documents. This means anyone can sign and fill out forms from their phones or computers, anywhere and at any time — which in turn will give you the opportunity to take on more customers.
DocuSign can help you save money by helping to reduce errors and eliminating incomplete forms. It also speeds up turnaround — 83 per cent of transactions on DocuSign are completed within 24 hours. DocuSign will give you a standardized process for your documents to take the stress off of you, and allow you to give your attention to other aspects of your business. You won’t have to worry about the privacy of your data — DocuSign provides full document encryption, so your documents are always safe.
4. Google TrackingTime
When you have a million projects and deadlines, your day can get completely out of whack when you accidentally spend too long on one project, or get distracted by responding to emails for too long. Google TrackingTime helps keep track of your working hours in real time, and allows you to organize your clients, projects, and tasks on your dashboard while seeing the work being done by others on your team — with real-time updates, comments, and notifications.
An inevitable part of being an entrepreneur is reporting
Culled from The Every Girl