I’ve always felt like the best and most succinct page on a website should be the resources page. So, consider this the hub of everything you need as an entrepreneur dad. I’ll keep adding to it so check back often. I recommend bookmarking it for use down the road!
Full Disclosure: A few of the links on this page are affiliate links. I earn a commission if you decide to purchase them (at no additional cost to you). Know that I have personal experience with all of these companies and I share them with you because they’re what I use and what I need as an entrepreneur dad, not because of any monetary incentive. Please DON’T spend your hard earned money on these products unless you feel you need them or they’ll help you achieve your goals. Your money is better spent taking your kids out to dinner and giving your wife the night off
My Most Recommended Resources for Entrepreneur Dads
WEBSITE HOSTING AND BLOGGING TOOLS
- Hostgator: All of my websites are hosted on Hostgator. I find it super easy to use, 1-click WordPress installation and great customer service. Even when my sites were hacked in the past they were super helpful. I highly recommend using Hostgator (or even Bluehost) for your first site.
- The Thesis Theme: This is the theme that Hustle&Heart runs on, as well as most of my other sites. It’s super simple out of the box and has built-in SEO (search engine optimization) features, fast page loading, and built-in readability. The less work you have to do on your theme, the more you can focus on your content, products, and audience.
- Hustle & Heart Facebook Group: The only place online where entrepreneur dads like you, me, and a ton of others can chat about growing our businesses without sacrificing our families.
- Fizzle.Co: This is, hands down, the greatest online entrepreneur community and training site there is. Most first-time entrepreneurs fizzle out. The things you need to succeed are training and community and Fizzle gives you that all in one place. There’s a reason I continue to be a member month after month. You can get your first month free by clicking here.
Dave Chesson of Kindlepreneur recently did a great comparison between Aweber, GetResponse, and Mailchimp. It’s got a solid breakdown of each service and really nails why I signed up for, but may not stay with Mailchimp.