Find People to work on a Project with you using CollabFinder Service


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CollabFinder | The Place To Find Designer & Developer Collaborators. (Photo credit: imjustcreative)

Sometimes you may be in the market to find some folks to help you work on a project you might be attempting to start, but you might not know how to go about finding the people you need, well you can make this task a bit easier by using the service CollabFinder to find those people you need on your next project, for more check out CollabFinder.

Manage Group projects using the Podio service


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Podio Fluid Icon (Photo credit: Todd Smith-Salter)

It might seem hard to manage group projects, but you can cut down the hassle a bit by using the service Podio to manage your group projects, and the service is free so it might be worth a peak, for more check out the service Podio.

Asana is Free Project Management Software


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If your part of a small business that has decided to use Project Management techniques to become more productive as a business, then you’ll probably need some software to manage your business, and there is where Asana comes in to play offering its services free for up to 30 members project teams, for more check out Asana.

Track your Projects and Create Invoices for your Freelance work


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If your a Freelance worker and you have a few projects your working on and you need to create invoices for your work then you might want to check out the program Bunker.

Project Collaboration made Easy with Trello


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If you have to work on a project with multiple members in different locations or working at different times, then collaboration can sometimes be a problem, but you can resolve that problem with the new service called Trello.

Create Motivation for yourself


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Sometimes you find it hard to finish a task because you have no reason to but to complete the task itself, but perhaps if you change the way you view the end of a project you might be better motivated to complete the project, check out this article that talks about ways you can do this for yourself, HERE.

Focus on whats left, not what has been done on a Project


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If your working on a project, having the prospective of what is left to do, opposed to what you have done on the project already will increase your productivity on the project, check out this Harvard study that backs up these claims HERE.

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