As a business owner, you likely spend most of your time thinking about money, marketing, profit margins, and cash flow. But your most valuable resource is actually your time and it's time for you to invest a lot more of your energy using money, which is infinitely renewable, to free up what's non-renewable: Your time, energy and attention. For some, the very term "time management" feels like nails on a chalkboard. But if you're the owner of a business, managing your time wisely is critical. You're the most valuable person in your company, and you cannot afford to spend time spinning your wheels.
Time-Block to Bend Time. The number one key to reclaiming your most valuable asset is time-blocking. Use your calendar to manage everything that needs to be done and how it needs to be prioritized. And, if it's not on your calendar it doesn't get done.
Find a Competent Assistant and Gatekeeper. You may not be Bill Gates or Bruce Springsteen, but having an assistant isn't out of the question. In fact, hiring a virtual assistant is less expensive than ever before. Outsourcing basic tasks to your assistant such as bookkeeping, returning calls, and email maintenance is critical to free up your time for business-building tasks. And, if you have yet to hire an assistant, you should block out time to accomplish these tasks.
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