Being an entrepreneur can be very challenging and can leave you feeling like a jack-of-all-trades when it comes to keeping on top of daily tasks. It can often seem like there are simply just not enough hours in the day, so we’ve put together some of our best productivity advice to help you through the day.
You cannot focus when there is clutter.
Microsoft boss Bill Gates and perpetual entrepreneur Richard Branson are famously tidy! Branson is one of the world’s most tidy entrepreneurs; according to a recent article his obsession with tidiness and organisation is one of the most vital components to his success in business.
Mess creates stress, so de-clutter and focus. Having an untidy desk covered in clutter could stop you achieving the success you want.
This approach to time management has many positive outcomes. Not only can you keep track of what you have to, you can also stay organised and focused. If it’s not in the calendar it doesn’t get done!
Just don’t try to do everything at once; this will only lead to disaster! Try monotasking over multitasking. You will achieve greater progress by completing one task at time.
Hire A Virtual Assistant
Managing a business on your own can come with a lot of headaches when you have so many tasks to complete and simply not enough time to do them.
If you’re always leaving things to the last minute and struggling to keep on-top of everything, then delegating work to a Virtual Assistant might be just what you need. Not only will it give you breathing room, it is also a really cost effective solution to buying more time.
Our Cost Comparison shows how hiring a Virtual Assistant can be a fraction of the costs of hiring a full-time employee.
Remember that your brain needs to recharge. Sleep and exercise are key to staying focused and ultimately achieving better productivity. A good night’s sleep can strengthen memories and promote creative thinking.
Think twice before pulling an all-nighter, as your ability to learn new information can drop by 40%. Next time you’re feeling zonked, try drinking more water. Feeling tired is one of the first signs of dehydration and filling up on H2O could zap the sleepiness.
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