Asana recently introduced boards so you can implement kanban methods in your workflow.
The U.S. IRS will allow you to deduct up to $25 per gift for a client per year.
I’m a gift giver. I love gifts. I usually have a 0.05% budget per service when buying gifts.
In Asana, I keep a list of cool shops that I can shop from.
In the ‘get to know you’ section in my pre-work questionnaire I request a few of my client’s likes, dislikes, & most importantly ALLERGIES!
Sending chocolates to someone who is allergic or vegan, just sucks. Birthdays + Christmas I send handwritten cards.
Postable is a great resource for sending out cards. However, I just like the extra personal touch of writing the cards out myself.
Erin Condren added this beautiful clutch to her accessory line. It's so chic + inspiring. The color is on brand + cute. It appears much more expensive. Girl boss win!
When thinking of gifts for others, I always want it to be something they will utilize + appreciate. Some days you're so busy building your empire, that you forget to go get that mani pedi. Quick fix? Wear thick socks and get stylish nail wraps.
Some other gift ideas are:
Beauty box memberships for 3 or 6 months
Lush Skin Products
A local spa gift certificate
Weekly or Monthly Planner
There’s always flowers and jewelry too, or even lunch for a virtual full day session.
So many ideas.
Four business lessons I learned from shopping at Ikea.