TIME is valuable and essential. In my article 7 Habits for Highly Successful Entrepreneurs, I emphasize the importance of time. That’s precisely the way I’ve been applying it to my daily life, using the seven principles to become an extremely effective entrepreneurial person in my own personal life.
I place much importance on the value of my time. Therefore, I made the decision to leave specific jobs I’ve been working that don’t pay. Yes, that’s right. I quit my job. You may think about how I changed my life around after leaving some jobs.
To make you more aware of the information, I have to share with you the kinds of jobs I left that helped me become more prosperous.
1. I stopped cutting my lawn.
It used to be that I mowed my lawn. But nowadays… it’s not possible! The task that is exhausting can be outsourced, as you may have guessed. That’s why I decided to outsource it and devote my time to other lucrative endeavors. There are lawnmowers that are professionally designed available that will do the job more efficiently and effectively than I could; therefore, why not outsource it to them.
2. I don’t bother with the car washing anymore.
I’m sure it’s enjoyable washing your vehicle, mainly when it’s brand new. I know the feeling. But I’m not a teenager, but a dad who has to earn money to provide for my children and provide them with the security they need and deserve. Therefore, every minute is essential. Also, washing my car won’t earn me any money in the least, So I outsource that one too.
3. I quit pool maintenance.
This really takes up your time and energy, and it’s not going to help you be productive either. Therefore, I decided to end this practice and spend my time doing something productive.
4. I quit my accounting job.
Then, I made the decision to quit my accounting position. It was a bit difficult at first, considering how long I’ve spent on this work, mostly on budgeting and analyzing the accounting side of my business. However, this task can be performed by accountants. Therefore, instead of taking care of the accounting, I spent time studying new ways to improve my marketing strategies and result in more sales. This is Time worth it, right?
5. I delegated my Project Coordinator to the Job
I wrote an article on “The The Art of delegating.” This is why I have quit my job as a Project Coordinator as well. Coordination of my projects does not generate additional income. Even though I was responsible for ensuring efficient coordination between my projects, this could be handed over to a skilled project manager while also utilizing my time to pursue a more productive project. In the past, I have been more in touch with my clients, sharing ideas, as well as developing a successful marketing strategy.
Simply put, put aside the tasks you’re currently working on that aren’t producing revenues or sales and instead dedicate your time to focusing on a more productive and productive project. Try to think of tasks that consume a lot of your time and are making your business less successful. Transfer them to a third party, assign them, or delegate them. Find out how you can transform your life for a better outlook.
Manuel Gil del Real is the founder of MGR Consulting Group. Manuel Gil del Real is the owner of MGR Consulting Group, an Interactive Marketing Agency providing marketing solutions to businesses across the globe. He is also an auto racing enthusiast and blog writer who enjoys writing about his experiences and ideas about Internet Marketing, entrepreneurial advice, as well as travel and lifestyle experiences, in addition to many other topics. You can find more fascinating posts on a variety of topics on the MGR Blog.
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