Spending 15 minutes every night jotting down your to-do list keeps you focused and on-task.
If you want to make sure you get to your kid's game/play/recital on Wednesday night, that's a goal you need to prioritize.
You can potentially make valuable connections to help your business.
Spending time with other entrepreneurs can actually save you time in the long run. You can learn a lot from one another.
A 10-minute time investment each week can shave days off your sales cycle when someone else repays your kindness with a personal recommendation.No Paragraphs
Leverage your company's Facebook and Twitter feeds, start a company blog, or develop a newsletter.
Don't make your sales cycle longer and more difficult by leaving prospects with a negative first impression.
Invest in professionals who can take care of your non-core functions (bookkeeping, operations, marketing, etc.)
Give your mind a break, spend time with friends and family, and reset every week. Your business will be better off for it.
Michael Gladstone is president of MyHelp, Inc. in Grafton, which provides business support services to entrepreneurs. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.