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Time Management Strategies that WORK for You

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7/29/2020

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Time management strategies that WORK can be game-changers in your business (and in your personal life, too!).

One of the most common questions I receive is, How do you have time to do everything that you do?

Life is busy. We have kids, appointments, sleep, eating, cleaning…you know, juggling all the day-to-day stuff. Very quickly work can pile up and deadlines creep up on you.

For years, I used to feel like I was always behind, treading water, before I figured out how to work smarter and not harder.

In this episode, you’re getting my tried and true strategies for being more efficient and better managing time. But remember, we’re all different! Try these out and tweak them for your personality and schedule. Then, enjoy all the productivity and extra time you free up in the process.

Related Post: 5 Steps to Create Your Annual Promo Calendar

 

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  • [01:50] List out every single part of your job and do an audit to understand how you spend your time.
  • [04:22] At the end of every year, I lay out a content calendar for my YouTube channel, podcast episodes, email newsletters, launch dates, etc.
  • [06:25] Batch work is my #1 tip for time management.
  • [09:30] Project management software keeps you and your team stay organized and makes sure nothing falls through the cracks.
  • [13:20] Set up automations and create templates for repeated tasks.

 

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