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Kegan Schouwenburg, the co-founder and CEO of 3-D printed insole company SOLS, believes in doing what you love, full stop.
One problem for all entrepreneurs is too much to do. Doing too much is a second problem for most of them.
These time sucks can steal hours out of your day that should be spent working or building your business.
Most people plan their days weeks in advance, and assuming someone will meet with you on short notice is just kind of rude.
Amazingly, the most precious resource we have -- our time -- is often wasted or at best mismanaged. Sometimes, we don't even realize it.
With increased responsibility comes the ability to delegate and organize your schedule in a more effective manner.
A few minutes here and there adds up to hours every month, and that means you won't feel guilty watching something silly on YouTube.
Schedule in when you'll think about certain things, both personal and professional, and you'll find things don't overwhelm you as much.
After a health issue put the boss on extended leave, an alternative medicine and massage studio used a scheduling service to get back on track.
The main thing is to have a system for the stuff you deal with the most and can't delegate.
Follow these tips and see your the amount and quality of your work skyrocket to an all-time high.
This practice of breaking up your day allowed me and my team to get more done.
After months or years of constant effort, it's only natural that you'd start feeling exhausted or frustrated with your business.
Entrepreneurs may live hectic lives, but they can be less so with some careful planning.
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