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Time Saving Tips for Business Owners & Entrepreneurs








1.Control Your Email

Start saving time by reducing the volume of email you

receive. Unsubscribe to lists that clutter your inbox.

Mark other unwanted emails as “spam” or “junk” and

have them filtered out of your inbox.There are services,

such as Unroll.me, that will unsubscribe you from email

lists in bulk, and then group your subscriptions together

in one email daily! Maybe you can use your phone

more.Chances are that you can reduce your email

volume by as much as 50% with some of these

strategies. And most importantly, touch email only

once!

2.Get Organized

Benefits of keeping organized: You can increase your

productivity. By keeping organized, you will save time

looking for things and will have more time to work

on important tasks. As organization can improve the

flow of communication between you and your team,

you can also make your team more productive.

3.Stop Attending (or creating)

Low Impact Meetings

Learn how to run more effective meetings and stop

wasting time in those meetings that produce very little.

Think about it. Would the information in your meeting

be better put in an email? A memo?

4.Delegate. Delegate. Delegate.

One of the hardest things for small business owners to

admit is that they can’t do everything themselves.

Giving up that control and relying on others can be

scary, but it is an absolute necessity. Learning how and

what to delegate can be a huge time-saver and help the

business to be more efficient.

5.Hire Professionals

Make sure you are delegating tasks to the right people.

Hiring certified, experienced and professional

individuals or companies to assist you with your

business tasks will save time, money and your

reputation.

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