How To Run A Business With Little Time

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A common theme in our day and age is a limit of time. Between commuting to work, taking the kids to school, homework, taking care of the house, being a spouse, parent and oh yea…the whole sleep thing. Let alone trying to be social. Who has the time to do anything else?

Can I be real here for a moment. I was there. Husband, dad, 50+ hrs work week, house, yard, etc…

Understanding The Time Limitations
Most are in that cycle due to the lack of knowing any other option. It’s what life’s supposed to be, right? Unfortunately, that’s the mindset of our parent’s generation as well as ours.
Here’s what I know – If it’s important to us, we’ll make the time.

It comes down to managing our time. If we keep a journal (yes I’m on a journal kick this week)…If we keep a journal of what actually do throughout the day, I feel that you may be surprised at what you find out. We tend to spend a lot of time doing ‘stuff’ that is not serving our bigger life.

Marketers tend to have the same issue. We can fill our day up with non-money producing activities such as, social media surfing, getting ready to get ready and talking with those that aren’t serving the immediate mission. I’m not being rude, remember, the subject of this post is to create time freedom.

Finding The Time
Some areas off the top of my head to gain some time through the day.
Wake up earlier in the day. This may mean, getting to bed earlier. You’re just going to have to trust me on this one. Changing sleep patterns will open up all sorts of avenues. Article For That Here
Driving To and From Work. If we can get 1-3 phone calls in per day in the car, that’s 5-15 calls per week. That’s a big deal, especially in our industry.
Lunch Time. A 45 – 60 minute block of time can add another 1-3 calls per day, writing an article, doing a video, etc…

As you can see, there’s always time to do what’s important to you and sacrifice doesn’t have to be a bad word. This is only for a season of your life with a lifetime of reward. 

The choice is yours.

However, to eliminate time and start attracting those who are interested in what you have to offer, can be a game changer. If this is something you’re interested in and would like to see what I’ve used to enroll over 100 people in a 12 month period, click here.

“Because You’re Worth It”
Steve Krivda

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17 thoughts on “How To Run A Business With Little Time

  1. LuAnn Novotny

    Oh wow Steve I agree we need to time manage ourselves especiall when we work from home…journals are awesome and a way to keep you on tract and focused. thanks for sharing

  2. David Thompson

    Great post Steve. I agree 100% , if you want to succeed bad enough you will re organize your priorities to make the time to be successful. You can have excuses or you can get results but not both. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Michelle Grigsby

    I couldn't help but laugh about the driving part — I tend to make most of my phone calls when I'm driving…. changing my sleep patterns… not THAT I need to work on!

  4. Julie Syl Kalungi

    he heee you got the big stick out Bro! Everyone has at least 37hrs a week to work on teir business. Its something we just dont want to push ourselveson…too comfortable in our discomfort. We all got time…for "..time and opportunity ahppens to all…good and bad alike" You know where that came from my friend.

    SO thanks for sharing this coz it needs to besaid an dyou aitn beeing rude at all!


  5. Julie S Kalungi

    Oh My you got the big stick out Bro! Everyone has at least 37hrs a week to work on their business. Its something we just dont want to push ourselves on…too comfortable in our discomfort. We all got time…for “..time and opportunity happens to all…good and bad alike” You know where that came from my friend.

    So thanks for sharing this coz it needs to be said and you aint being rude at all!

  6. Cathy Fraser

    You are right Steve, people will make time for what is important to them – yet say they don't have time when you offer them a way to create more time… (I'm confused!!) 🙂 Good stuff thanks

  7. Lorraine Menza

    There are always those time wasters that really don't add any value to our day….like watching tv, or spending too much time texting, or too much unproductive time on social media!

  8. Lynn Brown

    Great advice and certainly is so true Steve, that we can find the time if we really want to change our lives. We are in a different age even in the last 5 years where technology has allowed us to leverage the internet in ways we have never been able to do. So finding an hour here or there each day to build a profitable business online can be accomplished. It’s the commitment people have to buy into and then never giving up, just go for it. Thanks for sharing the value today Steve!

    1. Steve Krivda Post author

      Thank you Lynn,
      thanks for adding value to this post 🙂

  9. Sheena Yap Chan

    thanks for these tips steve. everyone needs more tips like this one. its all about building a business while having a life

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