Resources

Here are a few of my favorite things! I hope you find these resources helpful.

*Disclosure:  Please note that some of the links below are affiliate links. That means, if you decide to make a purchase, I will earn a commission at no additional cost to you. I only recommend services and products I trust and more than likely have used before. I recommend them because they’re helpful and I’m hoping you find value in them. 

 

Get Set Up

Whether you’re launching a new law practice, starting a business, or starting your own blog or podcast, here are some resources to help get you started.

Web Host


I use Bluehost, and I like them a lot.  They’re reliable, responsive, and super affordable. Just click on the image and you’re on your way!

Ways to Stay Connected with Others

Send them a video email – BombBomb

I LOVE this service. I’ve been using BombBomb to send video emails to people I meet at networking events and conferences. I also really like sending emails to contacts and friends that I’ve lost touch with. They love seeing my face in the emails instead of just text. BombBomb allows you to record a video (either on your desktop computer or the app on your phone) and send it as an email. Recording your message and showing your face in a video makes your message so much more powerful. Here is my affiliate link if you’re interested in checking them out.

Send regular newsletters – Mailchimp 

I use Mailchimp to send all of my email newsletters. They’re easy to use and free if you’re just starting off. Of course as your email list grows, you can upgrade to a paid package.

Get Organized

Schedule appointments/meetings better – Calendly

I’ve been using Calendly for almost 3 years now. It has cut down on the back-and-forth of setting up all of my podcasting interviews. It’s easy to use and it integrates with your calendars so all you have to do is create some rules (setting your availability boundaries) and send a link to your intended person. Then they can see your availability and pick a date/time of their choosing. Simple!

Starting a Podcast?

You’ll need a microphone 

Here’s what I started off with and still use to this day. It’s a great mic at an affordable price. It’s the ATR-2100

 

Adjustable boom arm to mount on your desk

Media Host – Libsyn

You’ll need a media host to hold all of your media files since hosting them directly on your site is definitely not recommended. It will certainly slow your website down. Libsyn is a wonderful media host. They’re affordable (with plans started at $5/mo), helpful when you have questions, and make the entire process of uploading and posting an episode simple.

Editing platform – Audacity  

This is a free platform for recording and editing your podcasts. It’s fairly easy to use. I learned how to edit my podcasts using Audacity and if I can pick it up, so can you!

 

Do you have a favorite app, website, product, or service you can’t live without? Please share it! I’d love to add it to this list. Reach out.