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One Simple, Yet Effective Time Management Strategy to Improve Productivity

We know the main reason you created your own business was to generate more money and time… freedom.

We also know that in most cases this is not happening.  In fact, the opposite is true.

You’re most likely trapped working 60, 70, 80+ hours a week, where you business is sucking the life out of you.

The answer isn’t to work longer hours, its to be the leader is a master of priorities, not a slave to time.

There is one key simple strategy to increase productivity and performance.

This is to unpack your week.  

As simple as it sounds, track every minute and hour of your day to understand where and how you’re spending your time. You can also put a dollar value to each task and see how much it is costing you.

This will help you know if you’re using valuable time to work on high priority activities that will drive your business or if you’re spending more time on low priority tasks that are not generating results.

From here you’d know how to package the low priority tasks and delegate it to your team so you’ll have time to work on driving growth.

My client Matt followed this strategy and in only 12 months, he doubled his revenue and profits. He also took a five week holiday for the first time, in a long time.

Rob Kropp

Founder – Pravar Group

 

Are you a Trades, Construction or Service Based Business doing over $1 million per annum and want to release the time and financial constrains in your business and life?  Click here for your FREE strategy call and learn how we can help you restructure your business in a way that quickly unlocks growth and profits enabling time freedom and most importantly reconnection with your family.

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