Busy People Know How to Save Time
Well, I am not sure they all do. Depends entirely on their ability to truly value the way they spend their time.
Most of our times is spent at work so it makes sense to start there. If you want to know how to save time but if you don’t have the ability to do less and say no, look away now.
Yes, doing less is key and really means focusing on the important things that make a real difference to business. Income producing activity. Can you do it?
Well, yes you can but likely you have got yourself into a habit that will take real effort to break. In an earlier blog I shared a video by Brendon Burchard on the importance of focus. If you didn’t catch it, turn off distractions and watch it here.
In the video Brendon mentions how easy it is to become distracted and your distractions has become a pattern that repeat themselves during the day, every day. Habits like this are difficult to be break but it is possible.
Someone you want to follow when it comes to habit is Leo Babauta at Zenhabits.net
He’s written a great article called the Essential Time Saving Guide for Busy People. If, when you look through the list you find yourself saying – “I can’t do that, I have no one to delegate it to” or “That project can only be done by me”. Remember, two heads are better than one, especially when the other head has specific skills that would get difficult jobs done in half the time.
That’s why busy people hire a professional PA.
Check out Leo Babauta at Zenhabits.net