Better Time management for Entrepreneurs – Digital Academy

Better Time management for Entrepreneurs – Digital Academy

Better time management for entrepreneurs

01 – 2 Ways You Can Use Parkinson’s Law to Your Advantage
02 – 4 Habits that Will Kill Your Productivity
03 – 5 Rules for Entrepreneurs to Work Less and Accomplish More
04 – 5 Simple Things That Will Boost Your Time Management Skills
05 – 5 Tips for Entrepreneurs to Get More Done in Less Time
06 – Essential Hacks for Managing Your Time as an Entrepreneur
07 – How Applying the Pareto Principle Can Improve Your Time Management Skills
08 – How to Manage Your Time- Top Tips That Work for Entrepreneurs
09 – Top 5 Strategies for Accomplishing More as an Entrepreneur
10 – Top Hacks for Maximizing Productivity

Like most entrepreneurs you’re probably “on the go” all day. You’re likely juggling more than one project at a time, or maybe more than one business. You may consider yourself a busy person, but are you as busy as you think you are? How much time is well spent and how much is wasted? Are you getting the best return on investment (ROI) for the time you put in?

The easiest way to find out is to simply make a note of what you do during a typical day and how much time is spent on each task. There are all sorts of time tracking apps and software out there, but personally I find that a simple notepad and pen works just fine. Be sure to get one that’s small enough to fit in your pocket or purse so you can easily carry it around with you. You can pick them up in most stationery stores for just a few Dollars.

Write down the time that you start each new task. When you’re done, write down the time you finished, and a few details about what you did – how difficult it was, whether you collaborated with other people, and any other details you think are relevant etc.

Don’t just make a note of the time you spend on important stuff. Make a note of EVERYTHING you do during your working day, no matter how trivial – time spent traveling, meals, bathroom breaks, phone calls, updating Facebook, idle chatter, the works!

Start today, and keep doing it for a couple of weeks. All of this will help to build up a picture of what you do during a typical day. Don’t try to analyze anything just yet (we’ll get into all that tomorrow), just write it all down. Soon you’ll start to see a pattern emerging, and it may just surprise you!

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