Your time is one of your most precious commodities as a small business owner, so make sure it’s organized with time tracking and scheduling.
You should look to reduce your tasks by improving your email workflow, managing your reading list, and keeping your notes, passwords, and desktop organized.
This is easier for a large business and a huge budget — and hundreds (or thousands) of employees — plus plenty of time to dedicate to staying organized.
But even as a small business strapped for cash and with no or only a few employees, you have to find a way to stay organized to remain productive and successful.
I know the pain of fighting desperately against the disorganization that affects every small business.
And I know that even if you’re using the best tools to grow your business, success can lag if you aren’t putting the right things in place to make sure you’re growing.
If you’re running a social media marketing campaign on a budget, you need to reduce the time you’re spending keeping things online.