Document And Share Your Standard Operating Procedures

Successful entrepreneurs know they should work on their business more than they work in their business. That means documenting what you do, and how you do it—and then empowering others to do much of the day-to-day work so you can tackle larger issues.

SweetProcess lets you document the repetitive steps you take to get your products and services ready to ship, so someone else can do them. You can do this with “one-off” task lists, or group them together in a sequence.

Think of it as an app for all of your Standard Operating Procedures. Now you’re free to focus on growing your business.

One of the key benefits of SweetProcess vs. static task lists is the ability to track your teammates’ progress as they work on specific assignments.

The most active users of SweetProcess are entrepreneurs with established businesses who have more than three in-house, full-time employees. I also think this is a great tool to use with virtual assistants and freelancers.

Cost: $19/$39/$99/month (based on the number of procedures and users).

SPECIAL TRIAL OFFER: Sign up free here, then send an email to and include the referral code Orange. This will get you an additional 14 days during the free trial, extending it to 28 days.

Brandon Uttley is a seasoned web marketing and public relations professional with three decades of experience.

Currently, he is CEO of Go For Launch, which provides marketing strategy and communications support to companies ranging from startups to established entities.

Prior to his current roles, Uttley cofounded and was CEO of Command Partners, a digital marketing agency. He also confounded and was president of carbonhouse, inc., a nationally recognized web design firm.

Uttley also served as director of public relations at Luquire George Andrews for five years, and an account manager at Epley Associates/Public Relations for three years. Brandon was the 2009 president of the Charlotte chapter of Public Relations Society of America, and he is an accredited member of PRSA National.

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