Embrace the importance of delegation. We explore examples and advantages of delegation - down to the time and money saved by delegating. When you learn how to delegate effectively you'll realize the benefits of delegating - and start looking for even more reasons for delegation in your personal and professional life.
It's time to work smarter, not harder - learn some ways through these delegation tips. Explore delegation techniques. Work smart, not hard and apply how to be more productive.
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We hear this every now and then. From all nooks and corners of the business productivity world, the notion to “working smarter, not harder” is pretty common. Most of us continue to feel behind tasks and twenty-four hours in a day isn’t enough. This has a negative impact on our productivity.
Obviously, working more hours is never the right solution because being overworked could affect our health, families and many other elements of life. We’ll share a few lifehacks with you today. Below is a list of the 3 steps to working smarter, not harder:
Yes, you have a list of the things you need to get done, they are even meticulously categorized to avoid getting mixed up, and even organized according to priority. You spent time detailing your workflow but if you do not check your list as rigorously as you made it, it won’t work. Lists are good, but it won’t be effective unless you keep a tab on your tabs.
Use the annual income calculator below to track how much you'd like to make each year. In addition, consider the variables and impact of how many hours and weeks you'd like to work? Carefully considering your goals and calculating will help yield information on how to structure your business.
How many hours a week do you wish to work? 50? 30? Although the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports the average US worker puts in 44 hours per week, Gallup and other polls put the number between 47-49 hours. (And Forbes and Inc magazine calculate the average entrepreneur works nearly 60 hours per week.)
How many vacation days do you want off completely each year? (Did you know the average US citizen takes 17.2 days off each year according to the US government?)
Check out this annual income calculator to determine all these variables and what your hourly rate...