Podcast review: Disruptive Successor by Jonathan Goldhill 0
Traction® Tools is committed to finding and promoting the most valuable professional development resources out there—both for our clients and partners and for our awesome internal team. No matter where you are in your career, the Disruptive Successor Podcast is something new, exciting and most definitely disruptive in all the right ways.
Save a month of time with free process documentation & migration services 0
From May 18 to June 30, our process partner, Whale, is offering Traction Tools users the opportunity to hand off the nitty-gritty aspects of process documentation to a team of SOP experts. This service comes at a $1,900 value—and Traction Tools clients can claim it free of charge with every annual Whale subscription.
Managing stress at work: how to overcome when overwhelmed 0
When feeling overwhelmed, it’s important to remember the feeling is temporary. There are actionable strategies you can use to reclaim your balance and get back on track—and by reading this blog, you’ll take the first, crucial step.
We’ve made it yet another lap around the sun, and that means out with the old, in with the new. (New meeting tool features, that is.) The thing that drives us most here at Traction® Tools is providing the tools you need to optimize your meetings. That means we’re constantly sifting through feedback to brainstorm the best way to improve your experience, enhance your meetings and drive your productivity. Read on for some of the best new software features we’ve released in the last year (yay!).
Nothing screams “end of year wrap-up” like reflecting on everything you’ve achieved with your business. It’s an exciting time to celebrate with everyone you’ve worked so hard with. The part about measuring all your wins over the past year is the fact that your progress doesn’t end when the clock strikes 12. Use the momentum you’ve gained throughout the year to inspire the next goals to achieve heading into the new year.
4 tips for a productive routine minus the monotony 0
Some people thrive in routine. They love waking up knowing exactly what mountains need to be climbed, and they are up for the challenge. Other people find joy in spontaneity and prefer to tackle things as they come. Both of these approaches are totally valid ways to plan your day—and it all comes down to knowing when to plan, and knowing when not to plan.