We all struggle with time. You probably first realized that you struggle with time management when you were in college, and felt that it wasn’t on your side. You went to school and then work. After work, you start to realize that you haven’t even had lunch and it’s already 11 o’clock at night. With that turning into your daily routine, you probably started thinking to yourself that you don’t have time for anything. Once you change the way you think, you’ll realize that you can make time for anything.
Here are some things people struggle with that correlates with time:
- Goal setting
- Work/Life Balance
For small business owners, you might find yourself struggling with prioritization and concentration. It’s difficult to find the time to do certain tasks like bookkeeping. Make sure you allocate the tasks properly and find the right people to take care of each tasks. Avoid distractions that may cause you the growth of your business. Time management may also alleviate stress. If you’re not managing your time properly it will create stress. Poor time management can easily become a source of stress. It can then result to the development of bad habits.
Finding the right tool to better manage this problem is one step to having control. For example, the Pomodoro technique is one of the many tools that will assist you in managing your time. The Pomodoro technique encourages people to do a task in 25 minutes and then take a break for 5 minutes.
Find out what you really struggle with. This will lead to better allocation of your time. There are many ways to create more time, and once you find the right tool you’ll be able to say that time is truly on your side.
“Focus valuable time and resources in other areas to promote growth and increased profits”
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