Course of Action
After making the commitment to go premium here at WA, it didn’t take long to realize that I had to put a plan of action in place to utilize my “business” time more efficiently.
Along with Boot camp training and corresponding activities; constructing a website, posts, comments - responses; and of course content, content (and more content!!!) -- It all seemed a bit overwhelming at first until I realized the importance of time management.
While WA has provided the opportunity, resources and essential training, it is up to me to make the most of this venture if I want to be successful. After all it was I who stated in my previous blog: “It is important that I set aside the necessary time to complete the training classes, community interaction and other activities offered through WA, in order to meet my objectives.”
Since I’m involved in ministry, the weekends are my busiest days, allowing me very little time to work on the business. Other days I am able to set blocks (3-4 hours) of time. Therefore I needed a system where I could work on all of the dynamics of the business, while keeping precedence. To begin with, I found myself spending most of my effort on one task then would run out of time before I could complete another one, therefore…
It Was Important to Find the Right Balance
Course of Action: When I divide my time factor into the following categories based on priority, it looks something like this: Class (Boot camp Training/ Website) – 50%, Community Interaction - Engaging/ Posts – 25%, Additional Content Writing (blogging) – 25%. Certainly this is subject to change as needed.
As I begin this course of action, I would be interested in feedback or ideas from those of you who may have had a similar struggle, and how you learned to handle it. Once I learn to master the time factor more proficiently I would love to be able to share this information with others.
Off to a Fresh Start!