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Entrepreneur’s New Year Resolution Checklist: Time Managment

As the end of another year is approaching, once again the time to evaluate the past twelve months has come. We tend to assess our achievements every December, it is like an unspoken rule, which can be frustrating for many people, but very informative and important process for others. The entrepreneurs, who had faced major challenges through the year, can experience one unpleasant feeling and greet the New Year more stressed than motivated. In this short series, we will focus on three important aspects that can ruin the excitement of running your own business for every entrepreneur – stress, lack of time and losing focus. This week we will talk about time management, focusing precisely on how to look at time from another perspective.

Have you ever said to yourself: “I wish I had more time?” Well, you have probably done that. Many of us have. It seems logical to need more time, especially when the business is growing and the work flow expands. But, there is a problem, isn’t it? There are just 24 hours in a day. And you need to find time to follow everything in your startup, to network, to boost your creativity, to stay focused and still manage to relax and recharge. How is it possible?

Check out these very useful 12 tips on time management for entrepreneurs.

David Pogue: 10 top time-saving tech tips

Technology plays inevitable part in our lives. Undoubtedly, it is very useful and saves us a lot of time and effort, but there is also the other side of technology that we rarely speak of – the distraction trap. In this TED Talk you will learn 10 very useful tech basics that surprisingly not so many people know of, but you should.

Paolo Cardini: Forget multitasking, try monotasking

Don’t fall into the trap of multitasking and try to focus on one thing at a time. Yes, monotasking not multitasking will actually save you time!

Philip Zimbardo: The psychology of time

This TED Talk reminds us about the secret power of time and engages us in a thought about time perspective and how the way we think and manage our time affects our decisions and lives in general.

Bonus: Rives: The Museum of Four in the Morning

─ December 21, 2015