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When you first start a business, one thing that is certain is that time is something that you are not going to have a huge amount of. This is doubly true if you are attempting to start your business while holding down a job at the same time (something that many people choose to do). Therefore, prioritising your time is going to be an essential skill for you to master. It is more than likely that you will have to make a few sacrifices, but you don’t want to completely cut back on the rest of your life. Here are a few tips to free up some time so you can grow your business into everything you ever dreamed it would be.

Make the Most of the Internet

The internet has helped to streamline so many parts of our lives, so it just makes sense that you should utilise this incredible tool as much as possible. For example, rather than heading out to the supermarket every week, you could have everything delivered to your home. Instead of doing all the cleaning yourself, you could search for someone in your area to do it for you using whizz.com.au. Without these household chores on your mind, you are free to focus your energy into growing your business.

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Ask For Help

Many first time business owners attempt to do everything themselves, which ultimately only leads to burnout and spreading yourself too thinly. Instead, outsource the tasks that you are weakest at. For example, it is worth investing in a professional bookkeeper if finances aren’t your thing, or a specialist agency to create your brand for you. They will have a lot more experience than you do, so the job will be done better while you are also saving time.

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Reduce Media Consumption

Just think about how much of your time is spent sat in front of the TV or flicking through Facebook on a daily basis. The relief of unplugging these devices (or at least limiting the amount of time you spend on them) will allow you to concentrate your attention on other matters. If you are going to unwind in front of Netflix, try to set a specific amount of time that you spend away from the business. Ultimately, it is about striking a balance between being focused but not becoming burnt out.

Set Yourself Realistic Goals

Many business owners are naturally impatient but it does you no good to try to do everything all at once. Try to plan your time on a week by week basis so you know what you can realistically  achieve in that time. Achieving your goals on a regular basis will help with your motivation whereas there is no point having them at all if they are totally impossible.

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Work in the Morning
It may be difficult to get out of bed but studies have found that we are at our most productive during the morning hours whereas we tend to get more exhausted as the day goes on. The early bird really does catch the worm!

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Vinh Van Lam & Stuart Horrex

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About The Author

I am a Business LifeStyle coach who specialises in working with artists, designers, crafters and all creative professionals. Myself and my partner Stuart Horrex are here to help you to achieve your Life & business goal and dreams. We have had over 20 years experience in finance, retail,furniture,food,wine fashion,crafts and hospitality.

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