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Productivity Hacks for Entrepreneurs – How to Get More Done in Less Time

What are the most effective productivity hacks for entrepreneurs, so you can finally achieve a lot more in the short 24 hours we get every day?

How would you like to know the productivity strategies to maximize the results you get every day in your business?

In this post and video you’re going to learn my best productivity tips and hacks that will let you do that.

Productivity Hacks for Entrepreneurs #1:

Change your mindset. We all love our to-do lists, right? At least I do. And it always makes me feel so productive when I cross each thing off that list.

However, you shouldn’t be trying to complete a month worth of tasks in one day. It’s going to make you super overwhelmed, and nothing will be done.

Prioritize everything that you have to do. Do you have deadlines for certain tasks? The most important has to be done fist. The rest can wait.

Productivity Hacks for Entrepreneurs #2:

Break it down. Got a big project to complete? It will be way easier to do if you break it down into smaller tasks.

There’s a popular saying “if you want to eat an elephant, eat it one bite at a time’. The same applies to major projects.

Productivity Hacks for Entrepreneurs #3:

What’s first? On the list we always tend to have the most time consuming tasks and the least time consuming tasks.

The question is – which one do you do first? I’ve tried both ways, and what I found works best for me – getting the easiest task done first.

Why? It makes me feel productive, my energy goes up, and the rest of my list gets tackled pretty efficiently.

But make sure you don’t use this productivity strategy to avoid doing the important tasks.

Productivity Hacks for Entrepreneurs #4:

Embrace the habits. Someone said before – “you have to do the things you love”. It’s nonsense in my opinion.

When it comes to business, we tend to have to do the things we don’t enjoy. I’ve never really enjoyed prospecting, but I still do it because it’s an income producing activity.

As you grow, you can outsource the things you don’t like doing. However, if it’s something that’s making you money, eventually it becomes a habit.

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