Using Todoist for a Photography Workflow

Author Recent Posts Nicole BegleyNicole Begley, M.Photog.Cr., CPP, is a zoological animal trainer turned pet photographer and educator. She created Hair of the Dog in 2012 to empower pet photographers to turn their dreams into reality by helping them improve their craft and grow their pet photography business.Nicole has authored a book “Pet and Equine […]

Written By Nicole Begley

On July 12, 2018
Last week I shared how I use Dubsado to manage my client inquiries and booking processes, this week I want to share how I use Todoist to manage my workflow AFTER the sales session.

My brain is like the bin that they draw the lottery numbers out of.  There’s a LOT going on in there – for better or worse – and I need a process to keep track of what needs to happen when. 

Not only do I keep track of my client workflows, but I also track personal details like paying bills, paying estimated taxes, and giving Zoey her medicine.  I hope this brings some sanity to your lottery brain too! 

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8 Comments

  1. Charlotte Reeves

    Nicole I did not know about the templates! That is so handy!

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  2. Joanne

    Hi Nicole – thanks so much for sharing. Do you find these tools work better than tasks in outlook?

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    • Nicole

      Hi Joanne, I don’t use outlook so I can’t comment on that. 😉

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      • Joanne

        Just tried it and I loved it, ordered the premium – I think it’s going to be very handy – the template sold me!

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      • Joanne

        I tried it and loved it – the templates sealed the deal!

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  3. Jack Rich

    That is an excellent to-do guide for me.

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    • Nicole

      I’m so glad that you enjoyed it!

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  4. Julie Photography Cordero

    I love my template! Thanks for the training; so helpful.

    Reply

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