A few weeks ago, I published the first of two posts about using Asana within your business. And today, I’ll be tying up loose ends and chatting all about how we communicate with our clients within Asana here at Rowan Made. We’ve said goodbye to email almost entirely, and spend most of our time conversing within one program which has been an absolute blessing. So let’s get into it, shall we?
If I could hug one digital product, it would absolutely be Asana. Not only is this insanely organized and helpful platform free, but it’s a small business game changer as well. At least, that’s what I’ve found after using it for nearly a year. I knew I wanted to share insight into how we use Asana here at Rowan Made, but wasn’t sure where to start since the program is so massive (in terms of what you can do). So! I’m going to stick to what I know and split this up into two posts. The first will focus on setup, while the second will focus on communication within the program itself. Sound good? Yeah? Let’s get into it.
At the beginning of each season, I create a new folder in Spotify and begin dragging in songs that feel right. Everything is curated while I work and depends entirely on the mood I’m in, what projects we’re working on, the weather, etc. This means that after a few weeks or so, the playlist morphs into an audio reflection of the past several weeks.