Easy Hacks to Be More Efficient in Your Business

Quick Question: Do you ever feel like you aren’t being as efficient as you could be in your business?

Sort of like the day is over before it even begins? And everything important that needed to get done was passed off till the next day?

It’s a frustrating phenomenon!

When you aren’t being efficient with your time, your business fails to grow at the pace you are probably hoping for.

I’ve known the feeling all too well at different points in my career.

But it wasn’t until I started adopting different “habits” that I completed my days feeling fully accomplished and like everything “important” on my list was crossed off.

The results of changing my “habits” included more time to myself, more productivity and more profit for my business.

If you are one of those people who feels like they aren’t gaining any traction or being efficient in their business, you are in luck!

Today, I’m going to give you some Easy Hacks to be More Efficient in Your Business…

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Now it’s your turn! In the comments below, tell us the following:

  1. Where are the inefficiencies in your workflow?
  2. What is one action you can make to become more efficient?

xo, Tracy & Robin

3 Comments

  1. Jenny Ferrow on May 5, 2015 at 11:14 am

    Hi, thanks for the video as this totally feels like me at the moment. The inefficiencies in my workflow are trying to multi task and avoiding doing the sales generating tasks. The thing I am going to do to become more efficient is one task at a time and doing the sales generating tasks first. Thanks for the help and focus.

  2. jakki dodds on May 5, 2015 at 12:29 pm

    the constant emails are something that eats up a huge part of my days! so my one thing would be spending time unsubscribing from more lists and making rules for others to get foldered-thanks ladies for your great tips!

  3. Brittany Witt on May 6, 2015 at 9:59 am

    One area of inefficiency would be time management. I’m definitely guilty of “Multi-tasking’ or in other words “switch-tasking.” I love the idea of documenting everything & creating time blocks for high revenue tasks.

    Thanks Tracy!

    — Brittany

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