You render more results when you learn to prioritize and organize your time. Most people want to start a business but feel they don't have time or can't make time. I think that's BS. As the saying goes, "If you want it bad enough, you will make time for it."
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This issue is focused on the importance of time. You render more results when you learn to prioritize and organize your time. Most people want to start a business but feel they don't have time or can't make time. I think that's BS. As the saying goes, "If you want it bad enough, you will make time for it."
Time is a real issue for a lot of people.
Whether it’s verbal, an email, text, or even a tweet, there is one aspect that most people complain about: time. The real issue is the organization and prioritization of any person's time and how they spend it. Most people suck at managing their time. Their relationship with time is dependent on other people.
Most people can relate to this: How does that person get so much done in one day, and I can’t seem to get this one thing done?
When you build a good relationship with time, you start to:
Persona A: wants to start a business, but they decide to spend time doing other things and not focusing on building a business.
Person B: wants to start a business, dedicates 1 hour per day to achieve their goals over a period of time while having a 9-5 job.
What’s the difference between the two?
Prioritization and state of mind.
There will always be something that comes up or something that “seems” more important but remember every minute or hour you dedicate to the thing you want to achieve, you are one step further. Minor improvements, significant results.
Here is what I prioritize in my life (currently):
It’s essential to ensure that you feel good about it no matter how and where you spend your time. Unfortunately, there isn’t an infinite amount of time to do everything.
Allow yourself to shift time around and focus on the thing that has your attention.
In my first Ship30 cohort journey, I didn’t think that I could make time for writing, but I started to prioritize it because I knew this was something I wanted to do and continue doing long-term. It was a mission that I was on, and I didn’t let anything get in the way.
How does someone do ten things, and I can’t even get to one thing after work?
So how do I do that?
This helps me balance my week and my workload. It doesn’t have to be complicated; a small “thing” can significantly affect your mood and output.
When the tough times call, you have to have the perseverance to get through it.
I’ve had my share of ups and downs; when the downs hit, they hit hard. Push through.
Tweet 1: I enjoyed reading Greg Isenberg's tweet about entrepreneurship.
Tweet 2: This is a simple reminder about writing from Kenny.
Here is one of my tweets from the previous week.
Episode 2 of second season of What is My Brain? podcast featured two amazing people from Smartrr, the first direct-to-consumer subscription platform with the end consumer in mind. Gabriella Tegen, the Founder & CEO, and Shannon O'Boyle, the Marketing Director.
Our conversation was full of very interesting topics. We talked about the difficulties of migrating brands from one platform to another, the importance of word of mouth and referrals, how to create a company culture that provides value to its team, etc. Check out the full episode here:
Tool of the week: Smartrr
Why Smartrr is so awesome:
Smartrr is quickly becoming the go-to subscription app in the Shopify ecosystem. If you are looking for an easy way to sell subscriptions, allow your customer to build-a-box with various products, and have an easy self-service portal - Smartrr does it at all. They focused heavily on the end-user experience so that you can increase your customers LTV and AOV.
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