You can streamline, combine, and massage tasks to infinity, but most of us will reach a point where there are simply too many things for one individual to do.
Your plan of attack in order to get organized should include the following categories.
I work with hundreds of women entrepreneurs every year and unfortunately so many of them come to me for advice on these two things in particular… they ask “How can I get more clients right now?” or “I need to make money now, I’m struggling to pay the bills?”.
Set realistic, achievable goals for organizing your home or office space. It doesn’t need to look like a magazine cover—just better, more productive than today.
Organizing can be a challenge, remember it takes work and don’t give up.
Schedule regular times to deal with you inbox, and avoid your emails piling up.
Learn how to effectively overcome procrastination to allow you more time to get your top priorities done.
Learn how to effectively manage your spare time.
Connect your Master-to-do-list with your daily schedule and eliminate overlooked tasks.
Every business owner should set boundaries to help manage time and plan their schedule.