Put this one simple strategy into practice and you will be well on your way.
The ideal is that you do something once, and then put a system in place. You have to ensure the process is clear, the steps are followed and when this happens it will not only increase productivity but will also reduce stress. Everyone will know what to do, and what needs to happen next. It leaves you free to ‘humanise’ the experience ensuring the task/function/client in front of you receives your utmost care and attention.
Richard Branson owns and operates more than 400 companies worldwide. How on earth does he do that you might ask? Well he’s a master delegator and expert at identifying when and where to invest his time plus he’s got solid systems in place.
To get you started on your path to working smarter put yourself through the ’10 most’ exercise. This simple exercise helps you to easily identify areas you need to target and systemise first, so you can reap the rewards.
From the 60 tasks listed chose just 1 and take a leaf out of Richard Branson’s notebook and begin to delegate. Alternatively you can outsource, or eliminate, there are many solutions but you need to start somewhere!
I know this strategy will free you up to focus on the important stuff in life. The things you enjoy, that are crucial to your family and business.
Got questions? Fire away! I’m happy to provide further support to help make 2016 your smartest year yet! Enjoy.