2020 has been an amazing year of business and personal growth. It’s been similar to my experience in 2009 when I had to pivot in
There are certain things you do on a daily basis for your business. Struggling through these same tasks over and over again is an inefficient, poor habit. Instead, create a process for each of your common, important tasks.
It might seem a little silly that I’m writing such a post. But, a daily profit killer is social media. It is really a big, distracting problem for many people in business all over the world.
Planning ahead is so important. If you’re starting your day off without a clear picture of what you’ll be doing that day, then you’re killing your profits.
I encourage you to set work hours for yourself. It’s far healthier to get your work done during the workday than it is to work from sun up to sun down. You’ll quickly burn yourself out. You’ll have a lot more energy to profit more if you’re able to turn the work off in off hours.
You may know it as the Pareto Principle. It is an economic principle that has crossed over to general business and then into the various aspects of productivity. And it says: 80% of the output from a given situation or system is determined by 20% of the input. It works for solo businesses, too.