Time management (keeping in mind that you can't MANAGE TIME, but you can manage the way you USE TIME). Let's talk about time management: getting...
If you’ve looked around my website or have set up a marketing strategy call with me you know that I believe, “a comprehensive marketing strategy implemented consistently ends the client and income roller coaster.” Why do I believe that? Because I have been on that roller coaster.
For solopreneurs, authorpreneurs (yes, authors, you are business owners) and other small business owners, time is a precious commodity and is of the essence. Solopreneurs are kept busy helping their clients succeed, sometimes in detriment to nurturing their own businesses. Solopreneurs put their own business-building activities on the backburner. Authors know they need to focus on writing and editing their latest novel. BUT, all entrepreneurs need to take time to nurture their own endeavors. Just as you make your client’s businesses priority #1, your business deserves the same.
I am a list-maker. Even before breast cancer “stole” my power of recall and portions of my memory I made lists. My lists included:
Books I’d read
Books I want to read
Groceries I need to buy
Work I need to complete for clients
Content I need to create for own business