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Are You Doing Too Much?

Today, many people are extremely busy, to the point that their businesses suffer and they end up ill from the stress it causes.

How can we be more effective in our use of time?

What are some practical suggestions on making wise use of our time? This includes setting up practical priorities in your business.

Do you feel you are too busy?

A survey of full-time workers in eight countries, many respondents said that they find it hard to meet the demands of both their work and their Business.

When we constantly try to do more than time may allow, we can become stressed, and not do what we have to do well. But is it possible to run a more balanced business?

 

THE DESIRE TO EXCEL IN BUSINESS

This is not new we all want our business to excel to be less stressed, less over worked and less unhealthy physically. How can this be accomplished? We only have 24 hours in a day and we can only dedicate a portion of this to work and decision making.

IS MORE, BETTER?

Our subconscious tries to convince us that we are depriving our business if we don’t put in that extra 2 hours a day. However, this can add extra pressures elsewhere.  Your home and family will take the strain from not being able to see you as much as they need.

 

Also, it has been proven that decisions made when we are tired, stressed or rushed end up being impulsive and can ruin all previous work done. Which now adds to your costs and time.

 

ANOTHER REASON IS TRYING TO SATISFY THE EXPECTATIONS OF OTHERS.

Some employers work grueling hours to get business deals going. The economic uncertainty, which can make people more willing to work longer hours or to be constantly on call.

So what’s the solution?

  • Learn to be balanced.
  • Clarify your goals.
  • Reduce the impulse to work full throttle and make mistakes when tired or rushed.
  • Set limits on work that you can and cannot do.
  • Farm out work projects that you can oversee but will alleviate your time for the more important things.
  • Take time for rest and conversation. Clear your head, go for a walk or have a cuppa.
  • Lastly, realize your limitations and decide on a course of action.

 

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