As we wrap up for the year and head into 2018, I feel like we should all be thinking about how we can be a bit more strategic with the way we spend our time.
This episode of Your Biz, Your Rules is focused on just that. I’ll be walking you through an activity that will help you determine just what does deserve your attention (and what to do with the bits that don’t).
The key takeaways:
💛 Pull out your pens and paper and brain dump all of the things you need to do in your business. This includes the one-off projects as well as the daily/weekly/monthly/90 day/annual tasks. We’ll go through each of these to figure out which you should do, which you should delegate, which you should delete and for which you should devise a better way.
💛 There a whole bunch of stuff out there designed specifically to help you find a better, quicker, more efficient way to complete different tasks in your business. These could be tools, they could be templates, they could be techniques… get creative!
💛 “Getting the help you need” does not necessarily mean hiring someone and it does not necessarily relate to accomplishing day-to-day work tasks. It might be a skills gap you need to find, or inspiration you’re searching for, or peer support and accountability you crave.
Listen to this episode here.
The links + stuff:
- Mixing your self-care cocktail with Natalie Alexia
- The Content Arsenal
- Layering up your productivity hacks
- Finding Facebook groups that fuel you
- 20 digital entrepreneurs *seriously* worth a follow
- The fabulous mastermind I’m in
The quotables:Don't waste all your time doing the busy work. Click To Tweet You don't have to go all in on things that you don't even want to be doing. Click To Tweet Delegate, delete or devise a better way. That's all there is to it. Click To Tweet
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