Today I’m thrilled to present Chris Brogan’s setup. Chris is a renowned internet marketer and influencer, a New York Times best-seller author and a demanded public speaker. He’s CEO of Owner Media Group.
He’s a sought-after consultant and has worked the biggest brands such as Google, GM, Coca-Cola, Microsoft, Disney, Sony and many other big names. He’s been featured in the Dr. Phil Show, Forbes and Tony Robbins Internet Money Master series.
As stated on his website, Chris provides education and tools to help you make your life and your business thrive, by teaching you which actions will get you what you want. He’s dedicated to helping you grow your capabilities and connections and to getting you to that next level of success, no matter where you are in the process right now.
You can learn more about him chrisbrogan.com.
Tell us something funny about you
My favorite food is leftovers. Meaning, I’d rather eat a mix of things I find in your fridge than eat some intentionally prepared food.
Thinh’s note: man, I can relate to that. I even believe that there are specific foods that taste BETTER when they are a reheated leftover
Show us your desk
My desk is anywhere I happen to be working.
What computers do use (desktop, laptop, mac or pc or both ?)
I use both a desktop and laptop computers.
The desktop is an iMac 27″, and my laptop is a 13-inch MacBook Pro 2015.
Note that I’m okay with PC, I just happen to have Macs.
What’s your current phone ?
I currently own a Samsung Galaxy S6.
What gear do you use for podcasting (mic…) ?
For my podcasting needs, I use a Blue Yeti microphone.
Is there any useful gear you can’t live without (printer, router,
analog stuff…) ?
Nothing that I can think of. I don’t have a printer. I go to Staples (the office store) if I need to print something.
Evernote: my remote brain. I store everything I need to remember in there.
GarageBand: I use it for all my podcasting editing needs. Comes free with Macs.
Screenflow: awesome Mac app to record your computer screen and easily edit video. I use it intensively for webinars.
Dropbox: for all my cloud storage needs.
Slack: for better communication. Use it as much as you can to get rid of email.
Web apps and services
Google Docs: my creativity hub. This the place where I do most of my writing. Plus, it makes it incredibly easy to collaborate with others on documents.
Rainmaker: great all-in-one platform for all your website creation and marketing efforts. Lets you create responsive websites, landing pages, start membership programs, sell online courses and digital products, etc.
Evernote: the Evernote app for Android.
Google Drive: lets you access your files and even edit them when you’re on the go.
Slack: the Slack phone app is simply fantastic. It streamlines all your communication in a fast, fun and easy way.
Facebook: yup, I use Facebook on my phone.
Extensions? Hmmm. Nothing really.
Thinh’s note: Using Chrome without any extension ? Now that’s a feat.
The one productivity tip you’d recommend.
Work on priority management, not time management. Work on what matters most and not just doing what needs to get done. To do lists are the devil. Work instead from your goals and priorities.