Ask any entrepreneur if he or she could be more productive, and I guarantee the answer will be a resounding, “Yes!” Productivity is something we can all be better at.
Unfortunately, it’s constantly hindered by that pesky habit we all share: Procrastination.
Improving your personal productivity is one of the most important steps you can take as a budding entrepreneur. To do that, you must also learn to avoid opportunities for procrastination. Far too often, entrepreneurs find themselves deferring things, putting off tasks until later that would be better done today. This behavior can bring productivity to a screeching halt. Instead, the successful entrepreneur will constantly look for opportunities to get things done, and take immediate action whenever it’s required.
Let’s acknowledge a basic fact of life for all entrepreneurs: There’s never enough time in the day to do everything you want to do. More often than not, people leave work frustrated over their lack of progress. You’re not alone if you’ve ever asked yourself, “Where did the day go? Where did all my time go?” The answer is usually that your time went to wasteful things.
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