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There is always more to be done than you possibly have time for.

With YOUR specific issue in mind, select the area below that best fits.

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If you want to work reasonable hours, and have a life outside the business, you will have to prioritise what you do.

Articles to improve productivity and motivation for yourself and staff:

  • Getting Stuff Done When There is Lots:
    Management of the limited time you have is one of the most important skills.
    Focus on the important things always.

  • Double Your Personal Productivity in Under Two Weeks:
    Two simple skills can make you up to 16 times more productive!
    Make a new habit.

  • Agile, Scrum, Kanban:
    No, it's not exercise routines!
    Three best known techniques to help you manage your time.

  • Kanban:
    Do you have too much in your work-in-progress queues?
    This is a tool for structuring how work flows into these queues.
    Only produce something when it is required by a downstream step.

  • Parkinson's Law:
    Northcote Parkinson
    proposed that:
    "Work expands to fill the time available for its completion".
    See how you can apply this law to other areas of your business.

  • Multitasking Tool:
    Do you think that multitasking is a good thing?
    Multitasking is an inefficient process that can contribute to waste in any business.

  • Your Life Plan:
    Do you know how to make enough money to live comfortably?
    Do you know what it will take for you to feel comfortable?

  • Personal Development:
    Your business is only going to be as good as you are.
    If you want to have a vision for the rest of your life, you will have to take some time to develop it.

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