Career Boost


  1. Time Tree– The only calendar app I use and one I have come to love. It’s so easy and intuitive and I love having my tasks and calendar on the go. What’s best is that you can create shared calendars with your roomies, friends or even teams!
  2. Splitwise– The app that has saved me countless, “you owe me X and I owe you Y, so the net is X-Y” conversations. Life saver, and super good travel productivity hack. Allows you to create groups and even re-distribute expenses based on percentages.
  3. Trello– Great for the visual types. I have this both on my laptop and phone. I like being able to see my to-do lists and tasks and this is a great way to do that. It also allows you to set personal and professional boards so you can make as many boards as you like and share tasks, deadline, et al. Works really well for small businesses and start-ups too.


  1. Coursera- The best platform for professionals looking to up their career game but don’t have the time to go to a physical school. It has both free and paid courses, but some of the courses are truly exceptional (and partnered with leading global universities such as Yale, Harvard, etc). No matter which field you’re in you’ll find something that suits you. Start here=> New Year. New Career. Start learning risk-free today with Coursera’s 7-day free trial!
  2. Udemy- A strong competitor to Coursera, what makes Udemy unique is that the range of courses offered are not necessarily by just schools and universities, but also industry experts, entrepreneurs and people who have just learnt by doing. You can start here: TopTopicSheet-The Complete Job, Interview, Resume/LinkedIn & Network Guide
  3. Resume Writers: I don’t need to tell you the importance of a well-written resume. If you don’t have the time or capability to write a resume that actually gets you an interview, go ahead and check the world’s leaders who will no doubt do a good job transforming your resume.

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