Time management hacks

To maximize your efforts as a leader, look into these time management hacks that you can start implementing immediately.

Time is money.

While everyone has heard that quote at some point in their lives, not everyone actually understands the importance of it. 

If you look at the habits of the world’s most successful people, you’ll see they all share one common thing.

They use their time wisely.

They’re intentional about where they spend their energy. As a result, they can see the fruits of their hard work and smart decisions. 

But how are they able to do this?

Must-Know Hacks for Time Management

With so much going on in the world and our own lives, learning how to set priorities can be difficult.

But with a few simple hacks, you can start to create better time management habits to 10X your efforts. 

1Meetings Strategy

When you’re a leader, you almost feel like you have to accept every meeting invitation that gets sent to you.

But oftentimes, some of those meetings could have been emails. Then, you realize your time was wasted on this when you could have been doing something else.

Before accepting an invite, ask for the meeting agenda so you can get a better understanding of whether this is something important, or something that can be missed/caught up via email. 

2Effective Goal-Setting

How many times have you set a goal and fallen short? This happens when you don’t have a good understanding of why you’re setting the goal in the first place.

You see, in order to achieve your goals in a timely manner, you want to make sure they’re SMART — Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-Based. 

This will be the building block to setting better objectives and giving you more room for planning and execution, allowing you to have clear and international goals.

By doing this, you will start to see that you will spend less time trying to figure out how to accomplish your goals, and more time actually achieving them. 

3Task Delegation

Look, as a leader, you need to understand two things: 1) you cannot do everything, and 2) you have a team that’s there to help you. Use them to your advantage

Now, I don’t mean giving your team all of your tasks whenever you want to free some time up on your schedule. That’s not delegating; that’s just abdicating. 

A great leader would be able to access their priorities for the day and determine who in their team would be best suited to assist on a task.

From there, you want to make sure this team member has everything they need in order to complete this task on time. And you also want to make sure they have the time to do so. 

Delegating your tasks will help you remove the clutter and create more time for you to work on the business — not in it. 

4Time Blocking

Time block for anything and everything. Even your breaks. Seriously. 

If you want to shoot content at some point in the week, set the time aside to do. Time block it out on your calendar and when that day/time comes, create content and nothing else. This allows you to reduce time wasted and only focus on the things that matter. 

If you start to implement these time management hacks into your daily habits and schedules, I guarantee that you will find time for the things that will help you drive the business forward in a more impactful way. 

Join us for our next 10X360 training to learn how to implement a 90-day action plan to increase your production, profitability, and cash flow. 

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