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I want to share 4 tips with you today to help you manage your business day.
You can watch my video here and then I’ve added notes below
Sorry, the lighting is a bit weird. I recorded at night time, so that it would upload overnight.
1. Write your goals and action plan for your business day down
I recommend that at the end of each business day, you take a few minutes to write down your goals and action plan for the next business day. This means your subconscious mind has time to prepare for what you want to achieve and will support you in staying focused. Also, you’re then ready to get straight into your work when you start work rather than spending time deciding what to do first.
Do a quick review in the morning and get going.
Do this every business day.
2. Do your most important jobs first
These re the things that add most value to your business. If you’re a content creator, create a piece of content first. If you’re an author, set aside a specific amount of time to write first, if your clients connect with you via email or social media, set some time aside to check these first.
Only you will know the most important jobs in your business, put these at the top of your list for the day.
3. List your tasks for the day in order that you intend to complete them
This is essential to stay focused and if you’re like me and can easily get side tracked it really is a must.
4. Track your time during your business work hours
It’s easy to get to the end of your business work time and think well I don’t know where the time went and not have actually achieved that much at all.
Tracking your time helps you be more productive and stay focused on completing your work on time.
It will also quickly show up where you are unnecessarily spending your time.
I hope you found these tips helpful. Small changes to your daily routine really will help you to be more productive in your business day.
P.S. Let me know if there is anything you’re struggling with in your business.