My Everyday Must-Have Tools

What you will find here are the resources, tools and applications that
I use almost every day to make running my life and by proxy my business a little bit easier.

From Hosting websites to buying a domain name to setting up a simple WordPress,
and using paid media to get in front of people, it is all here.


I consider these my “essential” tools because I use them daily or almost daily, and they either add a ton of value to my business, or they save me an incredible amount of time.

To be Transparent: Please bear in mind that some of the following resources are my affiliate links, and I’ll earn a small commission if you choose to buy and use any them based on my recommendation. It doesn’t cost you anything extra. I should also point out that I am recommending these resources because they are tools that I use and have experience of using. Don’t spend your money on any products or resources unless you know you will use it and think it will make your life a bit easier.

How I build & automate my emails

It is an email services provider with CRM and automation functionalities that allow you to send the right message to the right person at the right time. I have found this tool very useful for email marketing to my email list subscribers, which in return helps generate revenue for the business.

Check out Active Campaign here.

This tool allows me to centralize all my lead generation efforts, and what’s great about it is that I can integrate Active Campaign. Which means that it collects and passes all data from Active Campaign so that people on my website or on my email list can see the ConvertBoxes relevant to them. That way, I show the right ConvertBoxes depending on where they are in their customer journey, making everything a more dynamic experience.

Check out ConvertBox here.

How I build & automate my funnels

This is my web host of choice because they provide really fast WordPress-specific hosting and incredible support if ever you run into any problems.

Check out SiteGround here.

I use WordPress as a base of my websites, and with the right themes & plugins, you can create almost anything.

My cart system of choice is ThriveCart because it allows me to integrate with Stripe and PayPal, making more convenient transactions with my clients. The great thing about this tool is that I can create nice looking, conversion-focused cart pages. Requesting for payments is a breeze because all I have to do is send the link and I get paid ASAP.

Check out ThriveCart here.

Stripe is awesome & easy to use in combination with ThriveCart. Their fees are reasonable & the dashboard looks great.

One of the best SEO plugin for WordPress. It is amazing that this plugin is free.

How I build my platform

The reason that this is my project management system of choice is because it gives me the functionality of Trello as well as other functions Trello can’t provide. It has an inbuilt support desk and team chat (which I don’t use for my business). I use Teamwork Projects a lot because it helps systematize the work we do through task templates which saves us a ton of time.

Check out Teamwork here.

Although Workflowy was initially designed as a note-taking tool, I utilize it more as a planning tool. This helps me put all of my ideas into “paper” for big projects and share these notes with my clients so that we can collaborate and know what to do moving forward. We make sure to be as detailed as possible, that way we don’t miss any important elements of the work.

Check out Workflowy here.

How I create my content

This has been a lifesaver for my business in terms of communication with my team and my clients. One of its amazing features is being able to create specific channels for specific subjects so you don’t lose important information and everything is organized.

Check out Slack here.

This is a screen recording software and can be a Google Chrome extension for easier accessibility. It’s an amazing tool whenever I want to get my ideas across and written form isn’t enough for me to explain something. My team also uses this to communicate with each other for tutorials or feedback on anything.

Check out Loom here.