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My Favorite Resources
I’m busy putting this section together. When it is finished it will be a list of all the many tools that I’ve used over the years to help me streamline my businesses and includes tools and resources for areas such as productivity, design, website building and lots more.
I’m a huge fan of finding the right tool for the job and I’m always on the look-out for something that can improve how I’m currently working, or that will help my team to be more productive and effective, whilst at the same time making their lives easier and less stressful.
Hopefully, by sharing some of the gems that I have found I will be able to help you to make massive strides forward in some of these crucial areas too.
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When you first open Scrivener it is easy to be confused as to what it is as it definitely doesn't look like your conventional word processor. The reality is that Scrivener isn't your conventional word processor in any way at all, and yet at the same time it one of the best writing tools I have ever used. It's range range of features is simply mindboggling, and with a little thought there's hardly any writing project that this tool can't handle with ease.
I've used Scrivener for writing everything from ebooks through to autoresponder series, articles, and even a radio play. It is that flexible and I'm always discovering cool hidden features that take my love for the software to a whole new level.
The learning curve for Scrivener is pretty steep (once you get beyond the basics), but once you get the hang of all the powerful features at your disposal you'll be very pleasantly surprised as to how it helps you to write better and in a more structured way.
There is a trial version available, which is good as it gives you the chance to take the software for a spin before committing. For a tool like Scrivener I think this is very important as it isn't something that would appeal to everyone, but for those who do a lot of writing and are willing to take a little time to master a powerful new tool, then I highly recommend giving it a go.
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