Ep 36: Five Tools You Need To Know to Work RemotelyJan 20, 2023
Welcome back! We continue this month's series with this week's spoke episode. We are going to find out the "Five Tools You Need To Know to Work Remotely". We will connect this last episode to our first episode - The Top 5 Remote Work and Business Predictions for 2023.
Here’s what you can find in this episode:
Welcome back to this month's series on my top five predictions for remote work and business opportunities in 2023. Last week we highlighted the 3 things to avoid when you are working with clients or employers. This week we are going to talk about the "Five Tools You Need To Know to Work Remotely". I would encourage you to go back and listen to episodes #33 thru #35 before continuing on with this episode.
Here are a few highlights:
- Some of you might be using outdated tools and scared to try new ones. In reality, you only need 5 tools to work remotely.
- These are easy to use and FREE.
- While you might feel that you can't learn new tools to use I believe that you can!
- Tool #1 is Google Drive - it is cloud-based and easy to collaborate with others.
- Tool #2 is Canva - it is the easiest graphic design tool to make anything you can think of.
- Tool #3 is project management like Trello or Asana to stay organized.
- Tool #4 is Artificial Intelligence like ChatGPT because this is the future!
- Tool #5 is video conferencing like Zoom, Skype or Microsoft Teams
I teach most of the tools inside of Remote Work School! Check out my free training to learn more here: https://www.camilleattell.com/remote-training
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