Using the “Right Tools”

It seems like everyone wants to find the perfect tool to be more productive.

So they go out of their way to try every new thing that comes along searching for something to fill their need.

The productive feeling is there, but the productivity isn’t.

More tools do not equal more productivity.

Instead, you need the right tools for you.

Tools are unique to a job or skill.

Sure you can use a shoe to pound a nail, but a hammer is really the right tool for the job.

Across the internet I see so many writers trying to convince you that they know what tools are best for you.

Do they really understand your needs or circumstances?

Sometimes the tools you have and already use are the best for your situation. You just need to know how to use them more effectively.

I can’t tell you what tools are right for you and your situation, but I can share the tools I use and how I work with them to be productive.

Sign up to learn what’s in my toolbox and to see how I use them to stay on top of all life throws at me.

Robby Miles is a productivity and technology consultant. He designs and manages operational systems, automated product funnels, content development, and customer service to help busy entrepreneurs free up time to work ON their business not IN their business.

Robby’s systems and strategies have helped professionals like Matt McWilliams, Grant Baldwin, Ray Edwards, Notable Themes, and Michael Hyatt’s Platform University.