It’s unavoidable. As an entrepreneur, you will need to work in quite a few areas to keep the wheels turning in your business. Marketing manager. Accountant Blog writer Coach Technical support staff. While understanding that these tasks need to be performed, you still need to realize that not all tasks have the same purpose. For instance, marketing outweighs accounting, because without marketing, there will be no money to manage. In addition, you also have to think about the amount of time it takes you for each task you are doing. If it takes you the whole day to tweak a design on your web page and delay sending an email to your list, you have basically lost a whole day without doing anything constructive While it’s true you may have a nicer looking web page or website, you missed your chance to send traffic to your offer on your website. Ah yes! In a perfect world, you would very easily put on your CEO hat and assign the tasks, but in actual fact, we don’t always have that choice. Usually, we need to be more clever and use our time more wisely. Sort your Daily Tasks that need to be dealt with first Everyone has their own special capabilities and expertise that they like and prefer to do. Perhaps you love to do Technical Support but dislike Marketing. One thing is very clear, you must put those tasks that will make you money at the top of your list. Whether it’s creating your own products, or contacting potential clients, or hosting a telesummit or something completely different. Pinpoint those...
My name is Robyn and I am an expert telesummit coordinator who loves to help women entrepreneurs build their email lists, create their systems and launch their programs and telesummits!
I bring a wide variety of skills and experience to any online business, which have been gained with over 25 years of experience as an administrative and IT professional.