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Project Management for Small Business

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Episode One - Sam Kidd with Teamwork PM. Teamwork PM is a Project Management tool in The Cloud. If you're not using a project management tool to organize workflow, schedule jobs or employees, or track where time is being spent, then you're missing a critical tool in your business growth arsenal. Oh, and if you're still using pen and paper, or a spreadsheet program to manage your workflow - get that weak stuff out of here and join the modern era! There's so much more functionality to project management tools that can exponentially improve your business that you're doing yourself a dis-service by sticking with old-school methods.

Thank you for taking time to check out our show! If you're a budding entrepreneur, or current small business owner, the SBCT podcast and website are dedicated to helping you stimulate business growth by introducing you to many of the small business tools available in The Cloud to help you build, or grow, your business. You may have heard of The Cloud, but many small business owners are shocked to find out that The Cloud isn't just for big businesses. There are a slew of great, and inexpensive, cloud tools available to help you start, organize, market, control, and staff your business in a cost-effective, efficient manner.

But, we don't just focus on the tools of business, we also focus on the psyche of business owners. How can you maximize your time, energy, and efforts so that you're serving all aspects of your life - business, family, and self - without shutting down from overload or exhaustion? We'll discuss how you satisfy each of those areas of your life without sacrificing so much of either one that you become ridden with guilt.

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