They say time is life; by wasting time you are wasting your life.As an entrepreneur, being time effective is very profitable. It is what sorts out the mediocre from focused minds, it credits highly those who make value out of it.How do you have so much free time when everyone else has no time?How  do you juggle between the numerous tasks you have in addition to your day-to-day work?

There is more to having a ‘to do list.’

Often as human beings, we struggle, rush and get stressed because we cannot decipher what we really want.Even with a to do list, we are still worried about getting over it before it grows bigger.As an entrepreneur you must bear in mind that your to do list will never be exhausted. Once you embrace this, you will be able to pick out what you will tackle and give it your best shot.Prioritizing will enable you achieve set targets depending on their importance. Do you have a clear picture of what you want,where you want to get and how to get there?These mind boggling questions will help you prioritize and reach your goals.

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Self Discipline and Focus.

Distraction are here to stay. Incoming calls, WhatsApp messages, Facebook, Twitter and Skype keep beckoning for our attention and stealing from our time. A little self-discipline is needed to get things done.You must put less important things away until the important ones are done, and ignore drama and distractions.When you put your attention to that first task in your list, you experience a sense of satisfaction and fulfillment.

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Being organised.

A lot of people move up and down in search for very petty items ,which had they put them in order, they would have saved a lot of time. Being organised is a habit that can be learnt by repeated actions.Sorting files, revising content, filing documents arranging office cabinets, will give you an easy time and maximum concentration in your work.

It’s easier said than done, but as an entrepreneur are you a good time manager?

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