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Back at Tropical Think Tank in the Philippines, I met the all-round good bloke and productivity-meister Mike Vardy. During some pool masterminds (over many-a-cocktail) and his time on stage, Mike dropped loads of productivity bombs. These have been the catalyst for some massive shifts in my business. One of those was daily theming. I can … Read more
“I’m looking for some free software to manage all my projects” “Does anyone know a free alternative to XYZ?” “I really like tool XYZ, but it’s too expensive” These are questions you see over and over in different business groups – people looking for free or cheap stuff. Sometimes it’s software and sometimes it’s freelance … Read more
Given you’re here, you probably love plugins just as much as me (which is a lot). They’re a little bit like cocaine though: Addictive and harmful in large doses. So you have to be careful with what kinds of plugins you install. Especially on client sites, as when poo hits the fan because a bad … Read more
This post dives into an exciting new tool from the guys over at Beaver Builder. It’s no secret that I freakin’ love Beaver Builder. It’s completely changed the way (and speed with which) we build websites. If you don’t already know, Beaver Builder is a page builder for WordPress. It stands out from other builders … Read more
Do you use ThemeForest themes for your clients? If so, you might find this post contentious, or at least interesting. Over the years of building websites for clients, I was asked about a lot of different TF themes. I of course told them what I thought. The response is usually “What’s wrong with ThemeForest?” This post aims to … Read more
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