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5 Tips to Mastering Productivity for Entrepreneurs

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Greg Sarangoulis shares tips for productivity. As an entrepreneur and owner of multiple businesses, Greg Sarangoulis has gained great insight on creating the best possible environments for success.

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5 Tips to Mastering Productivity for Entrepreneurs

  1. 1. P R O D U C T I V I T Y F O R E N T R E P R E N E U R S G R E G S A R A N G O U L I S F I V E T I P S T O M A S T E R I N G
  2. 2. The Dilemma Entrepreneurs have a plethora of responsibilities to manage throughout the day. For those starting out, especially, everything that must get done is reliant on the business owner.
  3. 3. Quest for Productivity Because of this, time is of the essence. Every decision, every hour spent, is critical to the success of a given project or the business entirely. The goal should always be to optimize the time in a day and to find balance--to be productive.
  4. 4. For Your Information This presentation includes my personal experience as well as tips from top publications and experienced entrepreneurs, regarding the art of productivity, which is key to growth.
  5. 5. Divide The Day Syed Balkhi recommends starting out the week by planning what needs to get done. Then, divide each task into 15-minute time blocks. Doing so keeps you on track, and cuts out wasted time. Source: entrepreneur.com 1
  6. 6. Begin With The Bad As a business owner, you will have tasks that are not exciting, or which you just have no interest in completing. Perhaps it time consuming or out of your normal realm of comfort. Face it head on and get it out of the way so the rest of your day can be a breeze. Source: entrepreneur.com 2
  7. 7. Email After Work According to the University of California, people who do not check emails regularly at work are less stressed and more productive. Travis Smith suggests checking your messages in the morning and afternoon to organize and delete spam, but only responding at night once everything else has been handled. Source: entrepreneur.com 3
  8. 8. Clean Up A desk in disarray increases levels of stress thereby decreasing productivity. Be sure to clean up messes as they happen and keep things organized. Better yet, scan necessary papers to have access to them electronically and cut down on the paper trail. Source: businessnewsdaily.com 4
  9. 9. This Day Only Meetings are time consuming. Depending on the subject, they can take a lot of resources and energy, and leave you depleted to handle matters effectively for the remainder of the day. Sherman Lee at Good Sense suggests picking a set day on which you will handle meetings, leaving the rest of the week open. Source: blog.goodsense.io 5
  10. 10. T H A N K Y O U V I S I T G R E G ' S B U S I N E S S B L O G W W W . G R E G S A R A N G O U L I S . N E T

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