7 Apps Student Entrepreneurs Should Not Live Without

In 2014 Millennial Branding website published a study based on students’ replies. According to the data collected in the process, 72% of high school students and 64% of college students wanted to start their own business someday. Moreover, 61% of high school students, as well as 43% of college students, claimed that they would rather become entrepreneurs instead of working for a company after their college graduation.

But actually, students don’t need to wait until graduation to start their own careers. These days there are plenty of opportunities to start your own business while you’re still in college - and if you are reading this article, you probably already know that or plan to become an entrepreneur in the near future.

Moreover, these days there are plenty of apps that help to make the lives of student-entrepreneurs much easier. Here are some of them that might come to your aid. 

  1. do.

If you want to combine work and studies effectively, you’ll need to master the art of time-management. Lucky for you, there are apps that can help you with that - like Any.do, for example.

This app allows you to create to-do lists that you can synchronize with all of your other devices. What’s even better is that you can even use your voice to create new tasks and use a simple touch-based interface, to change their priority, mark them as completed, and delete them.

  1. Trello.

While you can use Any.do to complete both personal and business tasks, you might also want to use Trello for that. Trello is more of a project manager made in the form of a whiteboard (only a digital one). You can create projects there, divide them into smaller tasks, set deadlines, see the calendar with all your due dates, and so on.

Unlike Any.do that helps you complete tasks, Trello allows you to see the whole picture more clearly. That’s why we advise sticking to Any.do to handle your routines and urgent things and using Trello to manage big projects.

  1. Instagram.

So many students use Instagram to share photos and collect likes - but if you are an entrepreneur, you might want to approach this social media in a different way. Instagram could be a powerful promotional tool, especially if your business is somehow related to visual things. It doesn’t matter if you are a designer, a photographer, an illustrator or a person who sells handmade products or services - either way, you can use Instagram to build an audience and to share your goods with the world.

However, while creative entrepreneurs could benefit from Instagram the most, the others could also use it effectively, communicating with the audience and growing their brands.

  1. 30/30.

Is it possible to maintain good grades while developing your business at the same time? Of course, but only assuming you do things effectively, avoid procrastination, and spend enough time focusing on your work and studies.

30/30 app can help you with that. Basically, it’s a timer that you can set up the way you want. It’s an irreplaceable tool for those, who have a lot of tasks to complete, and need to manage them effectively. For example, if you need to spend the next 30 minutes on essay writing, set the timer and do so, focusing on this task only. Then take a 10-minute or a 5-minute break (you can set the timer for that too) - and move on to your business project. It’s very easy.

  1. Expensify.

Sure, every business needs to have a budget - and every business owner needs to keep track of this budget. Expensify is an app that can help you with that, allowing you to track both personal and business expenses and to understand where does your money go.

Even if your budget is well-planned, there’s still a chance that you’ve missed some of the expenses you didn’t consider important (for example, the money you spend in restaurants while meeting with your clients). Expensify will ensure that even those expenses won’t be forgotten. 

  1. EliteEssayWriters.

Even if you do your best to remain productive, some unexpected things still might get in the way, leaving you with too many papers to write and too many business tasks to handle. While EliteEssayWriters website cannot help you with the latter, it still can help you maintain good grades while focusing on your business’ development.

The professionals working for this essay writing services can write any kind of academic paper for you, saving your time and allowing you to pay attention to more important projects.

  1. Headspace.

Meditation isn’t seen only like a Buddhist practice these days - more and more people discover its positive impact on their lives and businesses as well. When you work hard and focus on too many things at once, it might be stressful and hard. So trying to find some time for yourself and relaxing is always a good idea.

Headspace is a simple app that guides you through the basics of meditation. It’s very easy to use and you can build a meditation habit very quickly with the app’s help. Moreover, meditation isn’t only about relaxation - it’s also about becoming more focused and productive as the result. So why don’t you give it a try?

Hopefully, some of these apps will help you become more productive, focused, and relaxed.

Author's Bio: 

Kevin is a professional educator and a private tutor with over 8 years of experience. He is also a content writer for various blogs about higher education, entertainment, social media & blogging. During his off time, Kevin enjoys traveling and cooking. Feel free to connect with him on Twitter, Linkedin & Google+.

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