I get asked all the time about what products, services, resources and tools I use personally and professionally. Please bear in mind that some of the links in on this page are affiliate links and If you make a purchase through one of these links, I may earn a small commission at no extra cost to you. I link these companies and their products because of their quality and not because of the commission I may receive from your purchases.
Kajabi is an excellent platform for hosting your courses and memberships. You can also create landing pages and your website inside Kajabi, send emails to your list, and connect payment processors like Stripe and PayPal so purchases can be made directly on the platform.
Google Suite is my go-to for docs, spreadsheets, and more. You can work collaboratively on projects, have email addresses linked to your domain (instead of a @gmail address), aliases linked to your inbox, and have plenty of cloud storage space.
I cannot say enough about this Elementor. It’s the only complete design platform to offer pixel perfect design, yet produces 100% clean code. Take your design vision and turn it into a stunning custom-made website.
EasyWebinar is where I host my webinars. It works for both Live webinars and pre-recorded webinars that you can run continuously. It integrates directly wth many different email platforms (Infusionsoft, ActiveCampaign, ConvertKit, and Mailchimp, just to name a few) – so you can follow up with registrants after your webinar is over and keep the momentum going.
I use Zoom for routine calls, collaborative work sessions, meetings with my ads teams, conducting Beyond Influential interviews, and for hosting Live sessions in my Beyond Influential Insiders membership. You can record calls/video to the cloud or to your computer; you can integrate it with Facebook and use it for webinars, and more.
ThriveCart is a checkout platform that lets you create sophisticated checkout pages, with offer bumps, upsells, follow up emails, and more. It also integrates directly with several email platforms, membership sites, Slack, and more. You can also connect it to not just PayPal and Stripe, but also Apple Pay, Google Pay, and more. And one of the best features? It’s a single one-time payment to sign up. No monthly fees for you!
So, you really want to start a podcast. You’ve got something of value to say, and you can think of countless topics in your niche that you’d like to cover. There’s just one problem: how do you figure out the best podcast starter kit to fit your budget and context? Well, I was once in your shoes and I’d love to help steer you in the right direction on some of the best items to start with.
Looking for some good books to read? I’ve put together a list of my past, current, and future reads that I hope will you will enjoy!