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5 Ways Entrepreneurs Make the Most of Their Days

5 Ways Entrepreneurs Make the Most of Their Days | Business Brainpower with the Human Touch | Scoop.it

Mastering productivity is a challenge even for the best of us. After all, there are only so many hours in the day and exercising, responding to emails, getting work done and catching up on sleep don't seem to fit so nicely within that time frame. Yet, excuses aside, making the most of any given 24 hours is not only doable, but those who manage to do so consistently often become the most successful of the bunch.


Consistent productivity, though, takes drive, grit, determination and a lot of focus. Plus, like any habit, experience is key to perfecting the learned behaviour.


These days, when looking for expertise in time management, it is founders and entrepreneurs who are getting a crash course in the skill. These six founders have learned what works, what doesn't and how to rebound when even the most organised calendar overlaps.



The Learning Factor's insight:

We move fastest when we move in the same direction, and the fastest way to get from point A to point B is a straight timeline


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3 Telltale Signs You're On The Wrong Career Path

3 Telltale Signs You're On The Wrong Career Path | Business Brainpower with the Human Touch | Scoop.it

What to Do if This Is You


If you feel exhausted and bored all of the time, you need to figure out what exactly is doing the damage by breaking your job down into different components. Which aspect is most draining to you? Is it the subject matter that you’re working on? The long commute? Are your co-workers wearing you out? Getting specific about what’s not working will tell you exactly what it is you need to change.

Consider whether your dissatisfaction is core to the job itself, like your day-to-day work activities, or environmental, like annoying co-workers, an overly demanding boss or a lengthy commute. An environmental factor could be remedied with less extreme measures, like moving closer to work, seeking a different team to be a part of or even switching to a similar position with a different company. If it is the job itself that is draining your energy, that is a clear sign of a need for a change.

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