If you work remotely, there are 3 tools I would recommend you sign up to:
(1) Notion - collaborative notes
(2) Calendly - meeting booking
(3) Loom - recorded videos
Each of these have great free plans so even if you're a solopreneur, worth trying them for yourself
I've spent the past 2 years learning to no-code and helping others do the same.
I've now turned 2 years worth of learning into 30 days.
30 days to...
Learn to no-code.
Validate your ideas.
And build your MVP.
It's all about helping you gain leverage over your time.
Show me a recent proof of you supporting/buying from any independent (or) open-source developer, directly buying from a small-business website, independent artist or Supporting an Internet non-profit which has added extraordinary value to the humanity.
Lots of people are taking that first step to becoming a #solopreneur. Understanding the process of hiring a self-employed freelancer can be beneficial.
For more info have a read of our blog:
Remove slack notifications + emails from your phone.
Especially if you do the bulk of your work at home. You need to have a divide between personal + business space.
Waking up & seeing a load of unread messages first thing is not the one.