Whether you’re trying to be more productive, grow your business, or even just get your idea off the ground, time management can help you get there. Simply put, it’s coordinating your day for maximum impact. But how to get there (avoiding burnout and fear + doubt along the way) is murkier.
I faced this problem – when I started PulseBlueprint, it was as a “side hustle”. I still had a full-time job. Time management was a problem.
Frankly, I’d always had something to anchor my day (classes or work) and then my business filled the free time around that, whatever I had. When I went full-time in my business, I got stuck in the daily run around. I think I probably spent more time in transit than I did actually working for the first week.
If that sounds like you, read on. I brought together 5 entrepreneurs, all with very different businesses, to share how they manage their time and plan their day. Hopefully, you find some value and can apply their hard-learned lessons to make your business that much better.