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Having the idea to start a business and actually starting it are two different things, but if you can get over the hurdles you come across and get things up and running, that’s a great start. However, starting a business and being good at business are also two different things, and it’s essential that you become the latter if you do the former. Here are some valuable tips for becoming better at business so that you can truly be successful in your new venture. 

Take A Break 

It may sound strange to suggest that you step away from your business in order to become better at it, but it’s true. You can become extremely stressed and far too focused on one aspect of your business, and sometimes it’s a good idea to step back and reassess what you are doing. One of the best ways to do this is to take a break and go on holiday, or even just take a day off and not do any work at all so that you can genuinely disengage. 

Taking a more objective view of your business will help you to see what can be improved so that when you get back home, you can more easily start fresh where you need to and gain the success you have been looking for. 

Be Organised 

For the most part, the best business people are those who are organised. They know what they are meant to be doing and when they are meant to be doing it. Diaries (either online or the old-fashioned paper kind) can be extremely useful, as can to-do lists that you follow carefully. 

Organised people also have tidy offices and tidy desks. It’s hard to work in amongst clutter, and even if you don’t realise it, it could well be affecting your productivity and your ability to concentrate. 

If you find that you are working in a mess, take some time to tidy it up or find a commercial cleaning to help you. Throw out anything you no longer need, clean the area using a vacuum cleaner and duster, and really make it a nicer place to be – add some photos or a pot plant. Make it personal. If you’re more comfortable in a clean and tidy space, your work will be better for it. 

Stop Multitasking 

Despite what you may have heard, multitasking is not a good thing to do. It doesn’t help you to get more done in a shorter amount of time, it simply takes tasks that would have been quickly completed on their own and makes them take a lot longer. 

It is far better to stick to one job at a time and complete it efficiently and to a high standard before moving on to the next. It just isn’t possible to do everything well all at once, and multitasking doesn’t necessarily make things quicker either. Switching from task to task will slow you down, so not only will your work potentially not be up to standard, it will take you longer too.

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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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