Top 3 productivity tips for your small business
Most small business owners will tell you that they’re busy. According to a recent Gallup poll, 39% of small business owners work more than 60 hours per week. That’s not sustainable and it can be damaging to both your physical and mental health.
Being busy isn’t the same as being productive. Being productive means getting things done to help your business in the most efficient way possible.
Here’s our top 3 tips for you can increase your business productivity.
1. Plan and prioritise
Your time is your most important resource and you can spend it in different ways. The key is to plan prioritise your most important business tasks so that you’ll have the time to do them properly.
As the old saying goes, ‘people don’t plan to fail, they fail to plan’. Make sure you don’t fall into that trap.
If you have staff, capitalise on their strengths by delegating effectively. Doing that will not only help you out, it will help to keep your staff motivated and loyal to you because they’ll feel like their talents are appreciated.
3. Outsource your bookkeeping
Effective bookkeeping is vital to help ensure the financial health ongoing success of any business. Bookkeeping can also be a time-consuming task if you don’t know what you’re doing or if you don’t have good systems in place.
And as another old saying goes, ‘time is money’. Your time is valuable. It makes sense to outsource bookkeeping tasks to qualified professionals who’ll be able to do them while you focus on what you do best instead.
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