Making time to work on your business is critical. It will allow you to build a sustainable business and take time away from the day-to-day, which helps prevent burnout.
Four benefits of successful time management are:
In business, your plan will help you prioritize your work and keep you focused on completing the most important tasks every day. A good time management plan must be in writing and contain a list of prioritized tasks on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis for achieving your goals.
Here are three steps for creating your plan.
As with most plans, this should be a live document that you continuously review and update. And remember, while it is important to keep making progress towards your goals, be sure not to neglect your on-going business activities such as handling administrative tasks, maintaining inventory, and managing your financial records.
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