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3 things to save 3 hours a week

June 12, 2019By

Is your day full of endless TO DOs  leaving you feeling lost in the little things? While these may be important things to do to keep your business running, they don’t inspire you and light you up.

This scenario is so familiar. I see it with my clients, with other business owners I meet … and I was there myself.

Lost in the back end of my business.

What if I told you there were 3 things you could delegate off your TO DO list that would free up 3 hours a week?

That’s what happened to me.

I instantly had 3 hours that I could spend on CEO-level activities, such as creating a marketing plan, following up with prospects and thinking about how best to grow my business.

More importantly, all of these activities are directly tied to generating revenue and helping me create profitability.

If you’re interested in freeing up 3 hours of your time per week (that’s 12 hours a month!) so you can expand your impact and income, watch this video.

When you get these 3 things off your TO DO list, your business will be set up to give you more time to do the things that matter most.

1. Book meetings.

This includes scheduling and coordinating the meeting arrangements. When I handed this over to my assistant, I was surprised at how much time it freed up … and how much of my mind was now available to think about more important and inspiring things.

2. Send out the newsletter.

Your brilliance is best used to create the compelling content for your newsletter. Releasing all the bits and pieces involved in actually sending out the newsletter depletes your creative energy.

3. Update the website.

If you want to get lost down a tech rabbit hole, this is the fastest path. I’ve been down there a number of times myself and when I came up for air, an hour of my time had vanished.

Now that you know the 3 things that will save you 3 hours a week, you may be thinking, this all well and good but who will do these things?

The answer is … your assistant!

If you have one already, wonderful. If not, more than likely you’ve been considering bringing one into your business. Any of these 3 things are ideal tasks to get her/him started.

Now it’s your turn

What task(s) are you itching to stop doing in your business? Share your comments below and let’s continue the conversation.

Valeri Hall Little

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