This is a resource page of my recommended services, products, and companies that I have used and/or those I know are useful. This way you can quickly find great products and services all in one place.
Disclosure: There are some affiliate links below, but these are all products I highly recommend. Nothing will be placed on this page that I haven’t verified and/or personally used.
Business Adventures is an interesting fast read that covers 12 tales of corporate and financial life . While at first look the stories look to be out of date it is easy to find similarities of how history is always repeating itself. It is an entertaining and informative read that covers the defining moments of some great businesses.
The Coffeehouse Investor is as much of a story as it is a guide to the simple philosophies of smart investing. Bill Schultheis explains complex topics with simple anecdotes and shows how simple investing can really be. This is a fantastic fast read that will help get you started in the simple world of investing.
Game storming is a fun book full of creative games to help generate new ideas, insights and strategies. While playing the games verbatim might feel a bit awkward in the workplace, the underlying concepts can be applied to almost every workplace. Overall it is a good read filled with many concepts to improve business.
Products for Blogging
These are the tools I have used for the creation of this blog.
Bluehost has been phenomenal for hosting my own site. It is best to start with the cheapest plan and work your way up as needed. Check out my guide to starting your own website here: How to Quickly Start a Website
Every release of Adobe Lightroom has be fantastic. It is by far one of the best photo organization and editing tools out there. I have used Lightroom for the past 4 years and it has completely changed how I edit and organize my hundreds of thousands of photos. The interface allows you to preset styles and edits so that with the click of a button you can instantly make the edits that used to take hundreds of clicks.
As a Freshman in High School I first started using Adobe Photoshop. Now at my full time job I am luck to have the full Adobe Suite but at home Adobe Photoshop Elements does everything I need for managing the small edits here and there.