So, as I map out my to-do list for the day I also include time for interruptions. Of course, we wouldn’t be in business if we weren’t being interrupted at some point, right? But, what is the solution to staying on track when we’ve been pulled away? Again, I believe it is communication. I also believe it is collaboration—an agreement of sorts between client/contractor/employee, and this is an integral piece of a smooth-operating team, especially when remote team members are part of the picture.
Category: Time Management
As a Virtual Assistant, my most important intentions wrap around time management. When you own your own business, there is no lee-way for lack of organization. I juggle multiple clients, and various types of projects, and this is what I am mindful of with my own time management: Have a system in place. I love […]
National Be On Purpose Month fits right into my chain of thinking. Many of us turn over a new leaf in January. We exercise, eat healthier, set new goals, and overall we feel energized to start a new year. So, why not fire it off with Be On Purpose Month? When I saw the Be […]