5 Tips to stop Wasting Your Time on Decisions

If you are spending 20 mins deciding on what take away to eat and then where, that’s time that could be better spent enjoying the things you aren’t getting around to.

However, if it’s a major decision, then take the time to consider things properly. Get the facts (not your assumptions of what might happen) and be in a better position to make the decision. Don’t just sit on it and worry.

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The quickest way to the money

As business owners, there is always a list of things to be done – some are large projects, other’s small one-off tasks. Together they can all feel a little overwhelming at times, and when faced with the day ahead, you can end up feeling – ‘So what do I start with?’

There is one over-riding fact – we could do with more money.
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Eat that frog

It might be a task you ‘think’ is going to take ages. In your mind it is going to take at least half a day – and when are you going to get that much free time to start it!

Perhaps it is something you don’t enjoy doing, so you procrastinate over it for a few days, or even a few weeks.
Maybe it is a task you are not sure you have the skill to do well, or the perfectionist in you assumes it won’t be good enough.

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Crisis Response

One of the most common things I hear when working with people’s schedules is ‘but something always comes up!’ Perhaps it does for you? The ‘something’ that always scuppers your schedule – a client with an urgent need, a meeting request at short notice, a call from school, a last minute deadline.

And there it is – your day, and sometimes week, is then on catch-up and you feel like you are constantly struggling against the tide of work and life outside of it.

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