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Time Management Tips for Small Business Owners [INFOGRAPHIC]

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If there’s one thing we know about small business owners, it’s that they are busy. With that in mind, we’ve created an infographic that delivers all time management advice you can digest in 60 seconds.

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Time Management Tips for Small Business Owners [INFOGRAPHIC]

  1. 1. Studies have shown that multitasking is actually much less efficient than doing single tasks sequentially with better focus. So while it’s important to be able to multitask in a major time crunch, YOU SHOULD REALLY BE WORKING ON YOUR ABILITY TO FOCUS. You’ve probably heard the adage that 80% of your profits come from 20% of your offerings. THIS PHILOSOPHY SHOULD ALSO BE APPLIED TO YOUR WORK. Identify those items that are going to be most profitable for you, and then organize your day so most of your energy goes toward them. www.webs.com www.webs.com www.webs.com www.webs.com Spend Less Time On Your Website, and More Time On Your Business WEBS: POWERFUL, NOT COMPLICATED WWW.WEBS.COM TIME MANAGEMENT FOR SMALL BUSINESSES IN 60 SECONDS Time Management for Small Businesses Small business owners are long on ambition and short on time. So to help you achieve the audacious goals you’re out there setting, we’ve compiled the latest advice from the business world (and our offices) about how to manage your time most efficiently: Consider Facebook’s unofficial motto, “DONE IS BETTER THAN PERFECT.” If you think your first crack at something is going to be perfect before launch, you’ll never get off the ground. Start with the best you can do at the time, and know that you’ll make improvements as you go. No matter how dedicated you are, YOU CAN’T EXPECT YOURSELF TO WORK 8 HOURS NONSTOP. For one thing, the human brain uses up its energy reserves in 60-90 minutes. So if the work you’re doing depends on your brain, you have to give it breaks, healthy snacks, and time to recharge. GET REAL SET YOUR PRIORITIES BE READY TO RECHARGE GO! STOP MULTITASKING IN 60 SECONDS Webs Webs Webs Webs

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