We thought it would be helpful to create a resource page that you can always come to for all of your career needs. We’ll add to it as we learn more, but you’ll notice that in the future we will reference this page quite often. We recommend bookmarking it for your reference and convenience. Enjoy! Disclosure: Please note that some of the links below are affiliate links, and at no additional cost to you, I will earn a small commission if you decide to make a purchase using the link. I ONLY recommend companies and products that I have personal experiences with and would also recommend to my closest friends and family. I think that you’ll love them too!
Career and Self Development Resources
Crack the code If you want to get promoted at your current job, this is the program for you. Farnoosh Brock, at Prolific Living, has put together a course that teaches step by step how to stand up and get your promotion. This is a one of a kind course. See a detailed review here to find out if it is for you or not.
Strengthsfinder 2.0 You succeed because of your natural strengths, not minimizing your weak spots! We use this book for coaching our clients to understand how to uniquely set them up for success. Definitely read the book but the strengths test that comes with it is worth the money alone!
DiSC Profile: Self Awareness is the most valuable thing you can have. The DiSC profile is one of the easiest ways to understand why you are the way you are and how you naturally communicate. This version from 48 Days is both inexpensive and gives you a comprehensive report (including what the information actually means)
48 Days to the Work You Love By Dan Miller: Easily one of the best Career Books on the planet. We purchase 3 or 4 at a time to be able to give them away. Get it at 48days.com or at Amazon.com. Either way, just get it! This one can change your life. Listen to when Dan Miller was on the show in Episode 008
The Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey: Scott and Alyssa were able to use the info in this book to pay off over $138,000 in debt, build an emergency fund, and get the creative headspace and financial position to start HTYC. You knew it was a financial book already, you didn’t know it would help your career!
Webhosting and Internet
Bluehost: This is the hosting service we use. After doing just a ton of research we went with Bluehost because of the uptime track record and the cost for what you are getting (really inexpensive for as many domains as you want to put on one account!) This allows us to have all kinds of domains for shortlinking and redirects
Weebly: This is the first hosting and editing service we used for HTYC. We still use it for other domains we own. BY FAR THE EASIEST EDITOR I HAVE EVER ENCOUNTERED! Their uptime and available features for design, shops, sliders, multimedia, etc are all ridiculously easy to use. You can also set up a site for free with less features.
Video and Photography
Michaelle Boetger Graphic Design: Easy to work with and bends over backwards to make sure you get what you want. Michaelle did an amazing job with taking our logo from concept to reality. She helped us step through all the pieces of the process along the way! She has also done other amazing graphics for us including bookcovers and campaign work.
Fiverr: Mom’s Creations: Amanda will take just an idea or a small concept, and turn it into exactly what you want. She did our podcast logo design and several book covers. Leave her big tips the work she is giving you is much more valuable than what she is charging!
Podcasting Resources and Tutorials Here you can find all the equipment we use and many other resources to help you start an awesome podcast.
Podcast Editing: Podcastguy.co