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Planning your time just right

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Posted 18th September 2009 at 02:53 AM by dsmpublishing

The time that you spend concentrating on your online business can differ from person to person. Some of us like to put in more of an effort than others and will work 18 hour days in order to be set up within a few short months. Others will have family and work commitments and will gradually build up their wealth over a couple of years.

Not matter what your goals are we should all manage our time as thoughtfully as possible to get the most out of it. For years I have planned my time just so that I can get everything done in a day and feel like I have achieved instead of just letting the day pass me by.

Think of what you need to get done everyday that has a huge impact on your business. I am talking about the tasks that even on the day of a product launch should not be left alone.

Write out a table in Excel and stick to it and don’t let your other distractions take over. Think of what your agenda is stick to it and take action. With me for example I like to dedicate part of my day to Social Marketing. However if I don’t plan my time I will enjoy it so much that the rest of the day will be gone before I know it.

The way I set my day out is by using my first three hours for daily work and spreading it out around lots of different jobs. Then I can either concentrate on other jobs or take the rest of the day off. If you do have a product launch why not get up an hour earlier and you will still be able to fit it all in.

My daily routine includes…

*The Warrior Forum
*Yahoo Answers
*Answering Emails
*Blog Posts
*Writing Articles
*Writing Testimonials
*Processing Orders
*Writing Press Releases

By limiting the time on the above I manage to fit it all in very easily. I know your tasks may be somewhat different, but just see how easy it can be for you. If you have lots of other commitments juggle lots of 15 minutes over the course of the day. When I was at university a few years ago I would check my emails whilst eating my breakfast, write my Blog posts during dinner and chat on social sites on my laptop whilst watching evening television. If Twitter had been part of my agenda back then I am sure that I would have fitted it in whilst I was waiting for my son to come out of school as he always takes at least 20 minutes.

Just think of how many little gaps you have over the course of the day.

To your online success

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