Work Anywhere, Anytime With the Right Tools

Whether you already have an online business, are in the midst of pivoting an online business or perhaps trying to bring a business online, you need to know the top productivity tools that will be help make your life easier and which tools are just shiny objects.

Why is this so important?

It's a crazy time we are living in at the moment and now is the time to position yourself for the new normal or World 2.0. A lot of things are going to be forever changed!

The right tools will allow you to be able to work anywhere, anytime – no matter the situation you find yourself in.

 

I'm gonna share the tools that I've been using to manage my remote team across 3 continents and about 7 different time zones. My goal is to help you figure out what are must have tools without having to try them all or, worse yet, pay for things you simply don't need.

Here Are My Top Tools That You Can Use to Work Anywhere, Anytime:

1. Monday.com

Need a productivity tool to help you manage projects and tasks for your entire team?

Monday.com is the tool I use to keep my business running smoothly – from automating processes, assigning and tracking tasks, planning projects, and more.

Use it to manage any area of your business, including HR, marketing, sales, IT, or project management.

With Monday.com, you’ll never let important tasks fall through the cracks again!

Price: Try it out for FREE  –  and when you’re ready to upgrade, plans start at just $49 per month. Worth every penny, BTW! 

2. Slack

What in the world would I do without Slack?!

Slack is one of my top productivity tools I use to keep my entire team connected at all times. We use it to work on projects together, communicate about time-sensitive issues, send each other private messages and much more.

If you’re looking for an inexpensive, user-friendly way to improve communications with your team, you don’t need to look any further than Slack!

Price: Free for the basic version, $6.97/month per user for the basic plan and $12.50/month per user for the plus plan.

3. Zoom

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If you do any type of video conferencing, webinars or online meetings, you need to get Zoom.

With Zoom you can share your screen, record your calls and even allow participants to join in by phone.

And the best part is if you want to call someone, they don’t even need to download the app: they simply click on a link you send them and you’re good to go!

Price: Free for one-on-one meetings, hosting up to 100 participants, and up to 40-minute calls. $14.99-$19.99/month for advanced features like reporting, breakout rooms, cloud recording or 40-minute + meetings.

4. Agorapulse.com

This is an amazing tool for managing your social media all in one place. It’s one of my absolute favorite tools – so much so that I’m actually a brand ambassador for the company!

Instead of logging in to multiple platforms every day, Agorapulse lets you view posts and messages, monitor social media conversations, publish your posts, and track how your content is performing, all from your Agorapulse dashboard.

For more on how you can use Agorapulse for your business, check out my post 9 Things I Love About Agorapulse.

Price: Plans start at $79 a month when billed annually. If ya wanna save even more, check out this special deal that Agorapulse has created just for my peeps – 2 months for FREE! Who doesn't like FREE, right?!

5. Loom

When you work from home and send lots and lots of typed messages that could be misinterpreted or misread, you need a tool that will help you get your message across!

With Loom, you can record video, screen share, and even do a video + screenshare which allows you to explain a difficult concept in a visual way. My team and I use this tool each and every day!

Price: For individuals that just need to record & share quick videos, the basic account is free! The Pro Plan is $5/month if billed monthly but it’s $4/month if billed annually, so you save 20%.

6. LastPass

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Don’t you HATE when you have to log in to a website but can’t remember your username or password? LastPass is a tool that will ensure you always have accurate login info at your fingertips.

And unlike a password spreadsheet or document, LastPass keeps this valuable information safe and secure from hackers…while still allowing YOU easy access to it whenever you need it!

Price: Starts at just $3 per user per month for business plans.

7. Google Drive

Working from anywhere, anytime, you need a productivity tool that is very flexible and readily accessible! Google Drive is the best & safest way to go because you can store any file from photos, stories, designs, drawings, recordings, videos, and more. 

You can see your stuff anywhere and easily access your files from any smartphone, tablet, or computer. So wherever you go, your files follow.

The best part is you can quickly share files on Drive with your friends and invite others to view, download, and collaborate on all the files you want – no email attachment needed. You can also customize your sharing settings so you can protect your work!

Price: First 15 GB of storage is free with a Google Account. Drive Enterprise pricing is based on active users and storage used—so you never pay for capacity you don't need since you only pay for what you use (US$8 per active user/month+US$1 per 25 GB)

8. Dropbox

If you are looking for a full cloud storage system on the market, then Dropbox is the answer. It is the most popular and it continues to improve its features. Dropbox allows users to move files such as images and video, off their computers and onto a database in the cloud. Furthermore, it lets users save space and share files quickly.

You can save files to the folder, add new ones, and easily drag and drop files among folders just like you do in your computer files. Dropbox folder can be accessed from anywhere with an Internet connection – the user just has to log in to his account to upload, download and share files.

Price: Dropbox Basic is FREE – get 2GB of space. Dropbox Plus is $9.99 / month when billed yearly while the Dropbox Professional is $16.58 / month when billed yearly.

9. Google Calendar

When working anywhere, anytime, sometimes the simplest things like scheduling meetings, get complicated fast.

I highly recommend Google Calendar to help you schedule your to do’s, meetings, etc.  You can even integrate your calendar with a corporate calendar to quickly check your colleagues' availability. Send invitations for a meeting straight from your calendar and set reminders so you don't miss anything! 

You can also access and edit your calendar from your laptop, tablet, or phone. And, the best part? You can sync it across all your devices. Not only that, but you can integrate Google Calendar with most CRMs, allowing you to seamlessly schedule and manage client meetings.

Price: A basic Google calendar is free with a personal account. For advanced business features, you'll want to set up a GSuite account, which includes Google Calendar. Basic GSuite accounts start at $6 per user/month.

Final Thoughts

Whether you’re trying to figure out how to manage a remote team and projects or simply looking for ways to improve communication, efficiency and productivity, trying to figure out the top productivity tools shouldn't be a headache for ya! 

I've done the hard work for ya, so don't leave money on the table wasting time trying to figure out the best productivity tools.

Be confident and know that you CAN work anywhere, anytime when you've got the right tools!

I went live and shared these top tools, WATCH THE FULL EPISODE BELOW:

What tools are you using or want to use? Let me know in the comments section!

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Riya sharma
Riya sharma
2 years ago

Thank u for advice
This artical information very usefull

our shop
our shop
2 years ago

Thank you so much for providing this type of useful and effective knowledgeable information .All your information are very clear and authentic.

Maaz
Maaz
2 years ago

Nice information. Happy to visit this site

Trustyworld
Trustyworld
2 years ago

Good, I already use dropbox

sampu kodati
sampu kodati
2 years ago

Google calendar I use the most. Nice and informative article. From now I will stop seeing movies and start working

Deepak
Deepak
2 years ago

Good Article.Keep it up.

sattaking online
sattaking online
2 years ago

Price: A basic Google calendar is free with a personal account. For advanced business features, you’ll want to set up a GSuite account, which includes Google Calendar. Basic GSuite accounts start at $6 per user/month.

Deepak Gupta
Deepak Gupta
2 years ago

great article we are expecting more good articles from you kindly share more good stuff with us

Nymper
Nymper
2 years ago

Hi kims,
Thanks for your awsome information. I personaly liked 6th one.Keep it up!!

Prankul
Prankul
2 years ago

Very Good Post, I Like It Very Much. Thanks For the Content

vidit
vidit
2 years ago

very good post, i like it very much, thanks for the content

Prabhakar Kumar
Prabhakar Kumar
2 years ago

Hey, thanks for sharing the list. Personally I have been using Google Drive for 4 years and it has helped me immensely to shift places along with my documents and content.

Google Sheets and Google Docs have been equally useful for their own features.

SOUVIK DEY
SOUVIK DEY
2 years ago

Hi Kim,
Thanks a lot for sharing this awesome information. I like this post Work Anywhere, Anytime With the Right Tools .i love to share on social media, keep doing the great work.

Andrew Meyer
Andrew Meyer
2 years ago

I run a network of memory care homes in Central Florida. From your list, we use Google Drive and Google Calendar. For task and project management, we use Asana instead of Monday.com, but we have heard excellent things about Monday.com. We haven’t implemented a company-wide password manager yet, but I personally use 1password. Do you use any services like Zapier to automate routine tasks, or to send data between apps? We use it to automate tedious tasks like sending paid time off request reminders or responding to job inquiries with a link to our electronic job application.

Ronda Moore
Ronda Moore
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Reply to  Andrew Meyer
2 years ago

We do use Zapier quite a bit, Andrew.

Andrew Meyer
Andrew Meyer
Reply to  Ronda Moore
2 years ago

Cool, I’d love to see some of your favorite integrations in a future post!

xianxiastory
xianxiastory
2 years ago

Thank you so much. Very Help Full

lina madia
lina madia
2 years ago

Great strategy you shared with us, thank you

Tijani Apatira
Tijani Apatira
2 years ago

thanks for the article it i awesome!!! , i love google drive

sajid shaikh
sajid shaikh
2 years ago

nice artical

Rajeev Kumar
Rajeev Kumar
2 years ago

whoah, this blog is great I love reading your posts. Keep up the good work!

Nabil
Nabil
2 years ago

This article helps me a lot thanks

Ritesh
Ritesh
2 years ago

hi kim,
thanks for the explaining everything how to work with right tools anywhere .

Dinar Hoque
Dinar Hoque
2 years ago

This is a nice article. I appreciate it mostly.

Sanjay
Sanjay
2 years ago

Hii Kim

Thank for the sharing this useful information.

Baker ST
Baker ST
2 years ago

Exceptional post however , I was wanting to know if you could write a litte more on this topic?
I’d be very grateful if you could elaborate a little bit more.
Thank you!

rsoft
rsoft
2 years ago

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Lana
Lana
2 years ago

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Kunal kohale
Kunal kohale
2 years ago

Hie Kim
Thank you for sharing your knowledge

Priya jha
Priya jha
2 years ago

Ms Kim

Your website actually is offering many useful contents that is useful for almost every one. By the way, there were lots of speculations regarding zoom, is it ok to use it?
Else google calender is what i am using for a year now.
thank you for introducing new tools to me.

Wishing good health.

Digitaltreed
Digitaltreed
2 years ago

Your article helpful for us thank you for this amazing article

Eva Smith
Eva Smith
2 years ago

Nice blog post about how we can use productive tools which can help us out in our daily work. Nice blog post keep the good work going.

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Affiliate Marketing
2 years ago

Great article!! I Just need to select the right tools for my affiliate marketing campaigns, also It save me a lot of time. Thank You!

rocky
rocky
2 years ago

Sir after reading this post of yours. All my confusion is gone. I have benefited a lot from visiting your site. Thank you very much.

Max patric
Max patric
2 years ago

Great. I was searching an application which automates my social media and your guides really helped me now. After a month of searching.
Add me to the list of your subscribers please. Although I bookmarked your blog as well. Thanks.

Jobseekers
Jobseekers
2 years ago

Loved the post, need more these kind of works from you, thank you for sharing your knowledge and awesome info, the tools are amazing especially Monday.com and slack, most of my companions were looking forward for this type of information and i will personally share this in social media platform
Thank you….

shakib
shakib
2 years ago

Helpful post keep it up….. See you next time in good topic post

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Sarkari Naukri Result
2 years ago

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Sarkari Naukri Result
2 years ago

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newslil
2 years ago

nice post… really liked it so much

Abhishek Thakur
Abhishek Thakur
2 years ago

Hii kim
Thanks a lot for sharing this awesome info . Your article is excellent and informative.
i personally like all your tools you explain and follow it .keep it up with such great content

Ashmayu
Ashmayu
2 years ago

HIi kim

Awesome post . this is one of the best ranking tool all you explain . thanks for sharing this

Fariah Ahsan Rasha
Fariah Ahsan Rasha
2 years ago

Very much informative post for an entrepreneur like me! I was unaware about maximum tools you have mentioned here. But now I am gonna surely use them. I have a question about zoom.
Recently I have heard about its security leakage issue. what’s your opinion about that issue? should we use this app?

Nagesh k
Nagesh k
2 years ago

Thank u for such a information 🙏

Hindi Kahaniya Web
Hindi Kahaniya Web
2 years ago

Hi Kim,
Thank a lot for sharing this awesome information. I love to share social media. Keep it up.

Ankit
Ankit
2 years ago

Great Post. Quite useful.

Rajesh Pandey
Rajesh Pandey
2 years ago

They say, the two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why. After 8 years in the corporate world, I stepped into the beautiful world of wedding photography. I was re-born. It was love at first sight and what a journey it’s been so far.

Ahmed Ullah
Ahmed Ullah
2 years ago

It was really informative content. Everything was a good and clear concept.

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engineerbaba
2 years ago

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Suman arya
Suman arya
2 years ago

Nice Post 🙂 Keep Posting this type of article

Thomas mastor
Thomas mastor
2 years ago

Tnx for the insight it was very helpful

D Daimary
D Daimary
2 years ago

Hi Kim
Thank you for sharing this useful article and I will definitely going to use this loom.

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