Home Biz Time 3: Time Management Tips

Last Update: July 24, 2016

Time for work-at-home entrepreneurs is their single most valuable asset. Nothing can replace time…valuable, precious time!

No matter how rich or poor you are, no matter how many things are on your ‘to-do’ list, you still just get the regulation twenty-four hours each day.

Sometimes I could use another twenty-four but that isn’t going to happen. I’ll bet that you could use more hours in your work day, as well.

The thing about those twenty-four allotted hours per day is that we can’t spend all of them working. We have to sleep some of them. We have to take time to eat and there is the occasional shower, too.

Our families and our friends require some of our time. Relationships must be nurtured. So…we can allow ourselves just so many work hours each day.

Since our working time is limited that means that we must make the very most of the hours that we work. We can’t waste time on unimportant details or on tasks that others can do.

When you shave a few minutes here and a few minutes there, you will make more efficient use of your allotted work hours.

Here are a few suggestions and in the interest of saving your time (and mine), I’ll keep this brief and to the point.

We all have various email accounts. We use one account for this and another account for that. Checking each and every email account more than once a day can be a time consuming task.

You can very easily make it less time consuming by having all of that email come into one gmail account.

One email account takes a lot less time than several and you can still maintain all of
your various email addresses.

Additionally, you don’t need to spend a lot of time reading and answering emails that are not going to add to your bottom line.

I hope this helps you somehow.

What are your thoughts?

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JudeP Premium
I like to keep business and personal emails separate so do use more than one email address :)
sandel Premium
I have gmail and business email. But I mainly use my gmail and use filters to keep everything separated.