proj·ect man·age·ment [n]: We live in a world of total overload. Too many projects, too many meetings, too many things on the TO DO list. Discover tools and services that can help you make sense of the chaos.
As small business owners, we juggle a lot on a daily basis and wear many hats. Ever feel like things are slipping through the cracks? Like you are losing control? This simple Production Board Tool will help you get an “at a glance” picture of what’s on your plate, where things are at, and what needs attention so that you can better serve your clients…and sleep at night.
A BIG problem we all have as small business owners nowadays is: HOW TO KEEP OUR EMAIL INBOX FROM EATING US ALIVE!!! It’s a daily battle to stay on top of all the demand, and most of us feel behind every single day! I thought I would share with you how I keep my email inbox nice and tidy. This simple strategy will help you regain control of your inbox (and your life) and increase your productivity.
Listen up! If you offer a service, you have to share your fees with your clients or prospects at one point or another. Most people call it a “quote”. I prefer to call it a “proposal” as it needs to highlight a lot more than just your fees for people to understand the value of your service and the expertise you bring to the table. In this video, I reveal what makes a winning service proposal.
The biggest problem that I see in working with small business owners is that the To Dos on their To Do Lists are not really To Dos…they are more like massive projects that require more planning and time than a To Do task normally would. If you want to gain momentum, get more done and ensure that nothing falls through the cracks this quarter, you have to learn to bite-size and compartmentalize your actions. Find out how to bite-size effectively in this video.
Want to make the most out of your week? Well, this simple, back to basics tool is for you. All you have to do is take a few minutes with this “Week Planner Template” at the beginning of each week. Determine your “non-negotiables”, and prioritize your To Dos and bingo, you just bought yourself some time, efficiency and productivity.