Using Google Workspace Tools for Productivity in Your Business

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Do you use Google products?

Most small business owners and entrepreneurs are using Google Workspace tools (Gmail, Google Drive, Google Calendar, Chrome, etc) in their business. But, these tools are only as good as the user’s understanding.

Are you ready to learn the top Google hacks that will save you time and make your business more productive on today’s 15{ish} Minute Coffee Chat live stream and podcast with Anna and Selena?

Let’s Meet Our Guest

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Dara Sklar

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Dara teaches small business people to use Google’s Tools (think Gmail, Google Drive, Calendar, Google Workspace, etc) to be more productive in their businesses.

She loooooves being the person who makes the lightbulb go off for someone and helping them with something that’s at their fingertips that they just couldn’t see.

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—> What are the benefits of spending time learning the tech tools you want to use in your business?

—> What are your favorite productivity tips for Google Workspace? (P.S. We’re using our Tookit – Top 40 Time-Saving Google Hacks You’ll Wish You’d Been Using All Along.)


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Tip Jar

This episode’s Tip Jar is brought to you by Joana Linares, Bookkeeping Professional

Financial tip from Joana Linares

Saving Receipts and Other Business Financial Records

How do you plan to save receipts and other business financial records?

The “Electronic records” section of IRS Publication 583 explains that: “All requirements that apply to hardcopy books and records also apply to electronic storage systems that maintain tax books and records. When you replace hard copy books and records, you must maintain the electronic storage systems for as long as they are material to the administration of tax law.”

Thanks for joining us on today’s 15{ish} Minute Coffee Chat! We’d love to hear from you.


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