Throughout my entrepreneurial journey, I’ve realised that one of my biggest problems is the burden of opportunity: the tendency to take advantage of every good thing. I only have so much time during the day and once I use it, it’s gone. I can attribute my successes and my failures during my journey to the moments when I decided to use my time for one thing over another. Time is a resource like any other. If you aren’t treating it like the investment it should be, it is time to start thinking about budgeting your time in the same way you budget your money. “Until we can manage time, we can manage nothing else” — Peter F Drucker. Drucker’s quote is a classic and one that’s always worth revisiting. Until you’ve started managing your time, it’s hard to be effective at managing any of the other demands of your business.  Here are my top three time management tips that have helped me increase my personal production and business revenue. Schedule everything You can’t trust your memory. Eve...

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