How To Reorganize Your Time To Accommodate A Home-Based Business
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Running Rachael Academy has been a love and hate journey. Not because I’m not in love with what I do here at Rachael Academy, but the opposite. I don’t seem to have a enough time in the day to give into what I am so passionate about. The more passionate I feel the more I am excited to get up every day and make the day happen.
Running your own business is truly a rewarding experience in so many ways.
Almost everyone needs or wants more money coming in, and with this desire most would like to start some sort of extra income producing project. The trouble is, not many of these people seem able to fit “a second job” into their time schedules.
It’s true that most people are busy, but extra time for some sort of home-based extra income producing project can almost always be found. It may mean giving up or changing a few of your favorite pastimes–such as having a couple of beers with the guys or watching TV, but if you score big with your extra income project, you will have all the time you want for doing whatever you what to do.
Efficient time management boils down to planning what you’re going to do, and then doing it without backtracking. Start by making a list of the things you want to do tomorrow, each evening before you go to bed. Schedule your trips to the store or wherever to coincide with the other things you have to do, and with your trips to or from work. Organize your trips to take care of as many things as possible while you’re out of the house.
take stock of the time you spend on the telephone—and eliminate all that isn’t necessary.
Whatever chores you have to do at home, set aside a specific time to do them, and a specific amount of time to devote to them. For instances, just one hour a day devoted to yard work would probably make your property the envy of all your neighbors. Don’t try to do a week’s work in one big flurry. Whether it’s painting your house, fixing leaky faucets, or mowing your lawn and trimming your shrubs, do a part of it, or one particular job each day, and you’ll be amazed at your progress.
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