There has been a lot of discussion lately about Asana, and many people not quite understanding it’s capacity, strengths for collaboration and so I’ve whipped up a little introduction to Asana video to show you around and get familiar with it.
Asana is a really powerful project and task management tool for entrepreneurs, but the great advantage that it has it that you can collaborate with others (think VA/ clients/ launches) and trust that everyone is included in the story.
Containing the conversations and task management within Asana also means that the time you spend in your Inbox reduces, which is perfect for entrepreneurs!
It also allows you to gain more consistency – like using it to plan and manage launches, set up and roll out systems consistently, manage meetings effectively, brainstorm ideas,and manage some of those important customer touch points – like payments processes, feedback loops and appointment scheduling.
An introduction to Asana
The video is about 14 minutes long, so grab a coffee if you need to, and a pen and paper to jot down the important points of why you might be able to use this Introduction to Asana to grow your business sustainably.
Here are a few more reasons why it can make life easier:
- it can hold everything to do with one project in one place (conversations, To Do’s, ideas, files, links etc)
- It can link to your calendar to help you receive reminders about what you need to do, and what other’s are waiting for from you
- It can provide a daily task list to help you stay focused, based on your 90 day goals, plans and projects.
Now that’s impressive – makes me excited to be that organised!!
Are you going to give it a try? Let me know how you go 🙂
Aerlie Wildy is a business designer. business coach and mother based in the Adelaide Hills. I specialise in designing and systemising business for growth. You can connect with me on Facebook, join my Chief Executive Entrepreneurs Facebook Group, check out my Youtube Channelor Pin with me on Pinterest.
Want more advanced tips and ideas on how to set up and use Asana?
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