Most people that I know in business would like to be a little more successful.
Most salespeople I know would love to make more sales.
I believe that, no matter your profession, if you can develop your “time management” skills to the point where you are more productive than the people around you, then you WILL be more successful.
It is NOT rocket science!
It is about continually looking at how you might improve.
1. There are many ways in which we all waste time every day … what if you could reclaim some, or most of that wasted time?
2. Most of us get easily distracted … which takes us away from our most productive work. if its not the plethora of social media, its the news flashes , chit chat with colleagues or our private lives intruding into our work time.
The ability to FOCUS on work will make us MUCH more productive.
3. Most people come to work every day and just “do stuff” … they are busy from the minute they arrive to the minute they leave, but it is not always a productive busy!
The only way that you get better is by making time to improve!
4. Are you prepared to put in the effort, to get some ideas, try them and really work at improving your productivity?
If so, then let me make it easy for you … set aside 15 minutes and start with these 10 Time Management Tips!
This improvement is ALL within your control.
It is VERY easy to reclaim time each day, and if you can make that into productive time then you can be more efficient, sell more and just maybe get your work done in time to be able to enjoy your leisure time in a stress free way!
Kevin Dee is the founder of Eagle (a Professional Staffing Company)
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I write these articles with the intent of sharing MY experience and knowledge gained during MY life journey. From the 16 year old joining the Royal Navy, through many incarnations, to the grey haired guy who built a business. If you find a nugget here, then I am happy. If the message offends you then I apologise, that was never my intent. I know and recognize there are many people and groups who have a far bigger challenge than I have had and I only wish you well.