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We’d like to take all the credit for the success of Gist, but really there are a bunch of awesome free or inexpensive apps and services that helped us get where we are. From front of shop to back, the Entrepreneur’s Toolkit shows you our top picks to type faster, talk cheaper, schedule smarter, research better and market like we didn’t have a startup marketing budget. Many of these services are free, while others pay in dividends, despite a small subscription fee. Something new you’re using? Share your favorite services or apps with us.
As a designer, I know all too well how important it is to work with the right tools when you create your project. Not only will it save you gray hairs, but using the right tools can mean making the deadline as opposed to ultimate failure. If you have worked with a software or service that constantly gives you a headache, you know how frustrating it can be and how little you can actually do about it until you find another solution to the problem. Of course, making your project a success takes a lot more than just using the right tools, but it can certainly help. Once you are skilled enough to use them effectively, you should be well on your way to success. A good approach is to use the most popular services and software to increase your creativity and the speed it takes for you to do what you love.