Do you ever get to the end of your day and wonder where the time went?
That’s a normal experience for entrepreneurs, but then again, it’s also normal to go out of business within the first two years. You can do better than that.
Let’s fight back against the waves of distraction that try to wash away your progress every time you start making any headway. We’ll begin by using the power of foresight to build a barrier against the tides of distraction.
Start by thinking about your personal time as an asset you want to carefully invest. Some things you invest your time in will have a significant ROI. Others won’t. Your job is to get better at differentiating between the two. Here’s how.
Start with your business goals. Does your calendar reflect those goals?
For example, if you value the idea of hiring a business development manager to bring in new sales, where does that...