First, an Introduction Into My Personality and Why it Matters

What I’ve learned about helping businesses get systematized and organized is that the most important factors to their success are how well their business systems honor and align with their personalities, work habits, and beliefs.

If your systems don’t feel orgasmic and don’t get you all hot and bothered, you’re not going to be excited or inspired to use them every day. Period.

Discovering and understanding how you work; what you believe; and how you see the world is the first thing to systems success. Always. We never skip this part. This is why the first module of Seamless Systems is dedicated to this; it’s your guiding light, your Biz DNA.

So, it’s important for me to show my personality (the good and the bad) and beliefs to give you an understanding of why I love Trello so much:

So, with all that being said above, let’s dive into why I love Trello.

Why I Love Trello and Recommend It So Much

I could go on for days about why I love Trello and how it’s helped me grow my business SO much. In short, it really checks the boxes on two of my core values, freedom and ease, which then leads to it ticking my third core value’s box, too: joy!

Why I Don’t Recommend Trello to Everyone

I’m head over heels in love with Trello because it simply aligns with how I work, think, and feel in control. Its capabilities and set-up (before I did my thing) reflect how I see I’ve always envisioned my teams working together. I feel less stress, more ease, and at peace knowing Trello has my back.

That being said, I would never force people to use Trello simply because it’s orgasmic to me. If it’s not your jam or doesn’t align with your working style, I’m not going to force a square peg into your round hole. (Oh, that got kinky really really fast!) Given that my brand is about seeing, accepting, and loving you for who you are—because you are enough just as you are—my biases cannot cloud this.

I’m all for experimenting with different apps, of course! That’s what test driving is for. Be careful of switching from one app to another often, because it means that you’re more than likely going to have start from scratch—or at least close to it—when you sign up for a new platform every time; and that’s just a HUGE time waster for your business. My suggestion? Be really honest about yourself and what you’re looking for. Go in with a checklist of things you need to feel successful from a platform based on your work habits and business goals.

Now that being said, I’d love to give you my favorite Trello board for free if you think Trello is for you! It’s been instrumental in helping me generate revenue, manage all my (client and non-client) work, and scale my business without the fear of dropping balls or missing deadlines. Use it as inspiration to make it your own!

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