Effective Time Management Strategies For Home Businesses

Effective Time Management Strategies
Effective Time Management Strategies

 

Most people work a full time job. 40-50 hours a week, along with family, dogs, cats, house duties, lawns, etc… It’s enough to keep anyone busy. Most say “There’s only so much time in the day”? What if…

What if you knew that you could carve out more time in your life and still run a profitable home business?

I get it, I’m one of those people that used to say the exact same thing. I thought that being overwhelmed was just a part life. It’s easy to fall into the cycle of sleep, work, home, sleep work, home… You have to know that there is more to life than going crazy everyday. The only real thing that will stand in your way is time and your comfort zone.

With some effective time management strategies in place, you’ll soon realize how much time you really have. There are 3 pieces to what I’ll go over today.

Passion: When you have passion for something, you’ll always make and find time for it. You may debate me with this one. Think about it. What are you truly passionate about? You know it. Now what are the things that you do that could be replaced? You don’t have to answer that now, I’m going to give you a sheet to fill out that will help out with all that.

Listing: I’m not sure if that’s an actual word. The point is, creating two lists. One of your daily items and one for the items you want to get done for the week. This list can not be created the day you’re looking to get started. It must be done the night before. Your mind will be fresh, you’ll be more optimistic in your goal setting and you won’t waste hours creating this list that morning.

Time Blocks: Most of us will not start an activity if it’s going to push the limit of our “Break”
In other words, if you have 5 people to call, most won’t start if there is only 10-15 minutes available. However, if you break it down and possible call 1-2 people…you will have plenty of time. With creating time blocks, you’ll be able to see what you have time for throughout the day to break up your list in segments.

I have created a super simple, editable graph that you can use, starting now…Right Here. You can have it for free. No pages to click or forms to fill out, just a downloadable sheet for you. This is a serious exercise that can literally change everything from here on out.

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14 thoughts on “Effective Time Management Strategies For Home Businesses

  1. Barbie Figueroa

    Great Tips Steve. I know as I’m getting older, time seems to be flying even Faster! I try to make sure that all my Tasks are completed before Noon! Love that you shared a Time Management Spreadsheet! Thanks!! =)

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    1. Steve Krivda Post author

      Awesome Barb and I hear what you are saying about losing time. I don’t know what it goes haha

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  2. David Thompson

    Excellent post Steve. How many times do people say they have no time. Don't we all get 24 hrs in a day? I love your tips especially about the time blocks. If people prioritize which is one list, then you can shift anytime you want. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Jan Shaw

    You’re always offering awesome value Steve! Thanks for sharing this important advice on time management which is one of the hardest things to master (IMO)!

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  4. Esai Salinas

    Wow steve you nailed it on this post! I agree with David Thompson on the time blocks. This is a msut read article! Glad I came across it!

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  5. Stephanie D'Laroy

    Great post Steve. People definitely need to priortise their time effectively if they want to be successful in their home business. Thanks for sharing 🙂

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  6. Sandra

    I love it, especially the breaking it down in time blocks. I often find myself doing nothing in the 10, 20 or even 30 minutes I might have available because the entire task might take up to an hour or more. But there are so many things I CAN do in even 10 minutes. I am going to make a list (another good idea!) of tasks that I can do in 10 minutes or less, so that the next time I have only a few minutes left, I can pick and do that, without wasting time thinking about it. Great post!

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  7. Chris Collier

    Great Stuff! Simply Amazing! I look forward to the value you share with us.

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    1. Steve Krivda Post author

      You’re awesome Chris, thanks man

      Reply

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