More From John Rampton
Pareto's 80-20 rule is the Swiss army knife of business. It's useful for just about everything.
Ignore whatever and whoever is not scheduled.
Founders don't really control company culture but they powerfully influence it.
Setting boundaries is the key to keeping your calendar under control.
Opportunities are emerging as brands shift strategy for creating content, advertising and reaching consumers.
Distractions are inevitable, so you need a plan for all the common forms they take.
Sales is the original equal opportunity job. Anyone who is gregarious, diligent and resourceful can succeed.
Leadership is bestowed on whoever is willing to make decisions and take responsibility for the consequences.
Email is both indispensable and a huge time suck.
Reading a useful book is always a productive use of your time.
Programming has helped me become a much better entrepreneur, and you too can learn this skill at low cost.
Success at being your own boss often requires micromanaging yourself.
Entrepreneurs always have a million things going on, which is part of what makes business travel so stressful.