Earlier this week I shared with you guys that National Entrepreneur’s Week is this month from the 13th to the 20th and I’m sure you can guess why this week is important to me.
I shared ways that you could support local businesses in the blog earlier this week and you can find it here:
One of my favorite resources is Trello. I use it to stay in touch with my team and keep up to date on projects for myself and my business. I love how versatile it is! Check it out at http://www.trello.com and you can find me @themadhatter452
The social media scheduler we use is Planoly. You use it to schedule Instagram and Pinterest, but you can schedule it to auto-post to Facebook too! It has a ton of great features and is easy to use. You can use my link: https://www.planoly.com/referral/madhattermassageandwellness
If you don’t already have a business coach or are just looking for some extra support, head on over to http://www.upstatemississippi.com and say hey to my coach April!
Even if you just want some extra help, she has a phenomenal PUSH Coaching Text offering that I love and it’s free! She also has a ton of creative offerings in her shop that I use personally- like her journals! And she does custom planners. Y’all I LOVE mine and can’t remember life before it! Honestly, I can’t remember my business before April- she takes the term Coach and definitely makes it a Verb! Best cheerleader ever!
EcoMap compiled a list of some great resources you can check out at https://www.ecomap.tech/covid-portals/chattanooga
ShopKeep put together a list of 7 free resources at https://www.shopkeep.com/blog/the-7-best-free-resources-for-planning-your-new-business#step-1
And Lendio also has a list of free resources: https://www.lendio.com/blog/small-business-tools/best-free-resources/
But TeamGate blow them both out of the water with 400 free resources listed here at https://www.teamgate.com/blog/400-free-resources-to-grow-your-business/
And if you’re local to Chattanooga (or just want to see what we have to offer round here) then check out https://www.downtownchattanooga.org/ to see how you can support local businesses.
And of course, Mad Hatter has more than a few ways that you can get involved! Check out our shop, book an appointment, or share this blog with someone who could use it!
Thanks for all the support y’all. This wouldn’t be possible without every one of you!