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Running a business as an entrepreneur requires a lot of energy and excellent time-management skills. Busy workdays often make many people wish for more time. However, there are only 24 hours within each day, which is enough time to complete the necessary goals if one manages to use their time effectively and efficiently. It can be very overwhelming, looking at all the work that isn’t done and also the approaching deadlines. Hence, procrastination is a trait ingrained in some entrepreneurs. Subsequently, the lack of action and focus cycle continues, and work progression suffers. Luckily, there are techniques and tips every entrepreneur can use to master their time-management skills and improve their business drastically.

Delegate
One may be accustomed to running their business on their own, especially in the beginning. However, as their company progresses, an entrepreneur must account for the likely increase of work and service they will have to provide. Continuing to balance everyone by one’s self can become very difficult. A lack of delegating can result in the quality of work or merchandise to suffer as one tries to meet the demands with limited resources. In this case, an entrepreneur may want to consider investing in hiring a team so that the quality of their products remain consistent. Entrepreneurs can delegate specific projects and duties to other qualified individuals so that they have more time to focus on the business.

Efficiency Hacks
Commit to completing smaller tasks within 2 minutes to avoid procrastination.
Set SMART goals (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, Time-based).
Put electronics away to avoid distraction
Specify a time to check emails after working hours.

Prioritize Deadlines
Having deadlines are a great tool because it gives one a time frame to work within. Some individuals tend to procrastinate when the demands and orders don’t appear to be as urgent.

Entrepreneurs should also prioritize the assignments, objectives, and projects that have deadlines first. All other ideas and projects that don’t have a specified period of completion can just be given a general timeline and finished afterward. Doing this ensures that all business milestones are met diligently.