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11 Ways You Can Work on Personal Goals or Side Projects While Running a Business

Running a business can take more hours than you have in a day, but that doesn’t stop you from wanting — or needing — to complete side projects or reach… Read more » The post 11 Ways You Can Work on Personal Goals or Side Projects While Running a Business appeared first on Noobpreneur.com.

Who’s on #Smallbizchat December 2018

#Smallbizchat is a weekly conversation where small business owners can get answers to their questions. The focus of #Smallbizchat is to end small business failure by helping participants succeed as your own boss.  Please join us live on Twitter every Wednesday from 8-9 pm ET. Here’s how: follow @SmallBizChat on Twitter and follow the hashtag #Smallbizchat and click here for directions to join the weekly conversation.  In December, we will be talking about how to develop your small business employees into leaders and how to better manage your time as a small business owner and join us on December 19th, where we will be hosting #Smallbizchat LIVE on Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube, about the following topics: leveraging sponsorships to build your business,  build an army of passionate brand ambassadors for your small business and designing a powerful social media plan for 2019. Here is a list of who is on #Smallbizchat in December: December 5th – How to Develop Your Small Business Employees into Leaders, @coachchristyr A globally recognized leader, Christy Rutherford is a Women’s Leadership Development Expert. She’s also a keynote speaker, leadership coach and author, publishing five #1 best-selling books on Amazon in eight months. A Harvard Business School Alumna, Christy is also a certified Executive Leadership Coach from Georgetown University and has been featured in Forbes twice. In addition, Christy is the 13th African American woman to achieve the rank of Commander (Lieutenant Colonel equivalent) in the U.S. Coast Guard’s 225+ year history where her demographic was .1%. Learn more info here: www.christyrutherford.com. December 12th – How to Gain Control of Your Free Time as a Small Business Owner, @lvanderkam Laura Vanderkam is the author of several time management books including Off the Clock and 168 Hours. Her TED talk, “How to Gain Control of Your Free Time,” has been viewed more than 7 million times. She is the co-host of the podcast Best of Both Worlds. She lives outside Philadelphia with her husband and four children, and blogs at LauraVanderkam.com. December 19th – #Smallbizchat LIVE on Facebook Leveraging sponsorships to build your business, @RobertoTeaches Roberto C. Candelaria is…

7 Tips for Creating a Work-From-Home Schedule That Works

Is your work-at-home life a struggle between putting in the work and achieving the life of your dreams? I’m here to help with 7 tips on how to create a work-from-home schedule that works for you. Is your work-at-home life a struggle between putting in the work and achieving the life of your dreams? You […] The post 7 Tips for Creating a Work-From-Home Schedule That Works appeared first on The Work at Home Wife.

16 Easy Ways To Win Back More Time & Money When Working At Home

Living ain’t cheap: that’s the way it feels, anyway. There are just so many expenses in our modern world – from heating and cooling to Internet to food costs. The great thing is that working from home can actually lessen some of our daily costs! With just a few easy changes, we can create financial […] The post 16 Easy Ways To Win Back More Time & Money When Working At Home appeared first on The Work at Home Wife.

8 Ways to Get Kids Napping Consistently so You Can Work More

You want to be home with the kids, so working from home seems like the perfect situation. But the reality is that some days you feel like you never get anything accomplished. Sure, the days are long, but somehow there never seem to be enough hours to hit those work goals. Working while your children […] The post 8 Ways to Get Kids Napping Consistently so You Can Work More appeared first on The Work at Home Woman.

6 Investments That Create Time Dividends in Your Home-Based Business

Time is a limited resource, yet it’s the most valuable one of all when starting a home-based business. One of the best time management strategies for entrepreneurs is to create “Time Dividends,” a concept from Laura Vanderkam’s book, Off the Clock. The idea is simple: what you spend time and money on now can save […] The post 6 Investments That Create Time Dividends in Your Home-Based Business appeared first on The Work at Home Woman.

5 Ways to Automate Your Business for a Better Work and Life Balance

Let me ask you a question: How does the start of your typical workday look? Is it filled with email responses, follow up emails, schedule sorting, social media posting, and more tedious and repetitive tasks like those? If you’re like most women working from home, half of your day ends up being consumed by all […] The post 5 Ways to Automate Your Business for a Better Work and Life Balance appeared first on The Work at Home Woman.

Why Are You So Busy? VistaPrint Survey Asks Experts

As business owners, we’re busy, busy people. We often have very FEW resources and not enough time in the day to get everything done. VistaPrint conducted a survey of 400 small business owners to find out what they need to become more productive in their daily lives. The answers they were given were eye-opening. How to find relief VistaPrint found that small business owners are not just busy, they are incredibly busy. And, many of those busy small business owners are looking for ways to find some relief. Ramon Ray and VistaPrint shared their ideas for helping small business owners reduce the overwhelming need to be busy. Ray’s suggestions included: Prioritize Learn to say no – you can’t do everything Use tech tools to help you organize your day Delegate to others so you can manage people and not do everything And, VistaPrint suggested that small businesses owners look for more ways to increase their downtime. They also suggest learning to better prioritize and learn to stop saying yes to every opportunity that comes their way. All too often, mundane tasks get in the way of the important tasks that can be delegated. When small business owners are able to focus on tasks that improve their financial standings, they often feel less “busy” because they feel more successful instead. What’s keeping us busy? VistaPrint’s survey revealed the reasons that small business owners are overwhelmed. Almost three-fourths of the respondents shared that basic administrative tasks take the majority of their time. They are also bogged down with customer service and project management tasks. These activities keep them so busy that most of them skip meals while at work. Unfortunately, these tasks are preventing small business owners from marketing their business and their mundane administrative tasks also keep them from their loved ones and actually create stress in their personal relationships. What keeps small business owners going? Small business owners continue to do tasks that keep them feeling this busy, rather than successful. In the VistaPrint survey, small business owners kept busy because they want their businesses to make money. They also…

Learn to Never Handle a Paper or Email Twice

We all do it… to our own detriment. So, let’s make a pact that we will try, if not succeed, to handle our incoming messages more efficiently. Personal time management helps immensely to make a better manager of you and me. All of us have time management tips and tricks to help us get through […] The post Learn to Never Handle a Paper or Email Twice appeared first on SmallBizClub.

Valuing Time: Your Customers’ and Yours

Time is the only non-recoverable thing that each of us controls. We waste it, it’s forever lost. We waste our customers’/prospects’ time, we’ve cheated them out of their most precious commodity. We let our customers/prospects waste ours—we’ve enabled them to de-value us and what we can do to help them. Ironically, we seem to treat […] The post Valuing Time: Your Customers’ and Yours appeared first on SmallBizClub.

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