The life of an entrepreneur can feel overwhelming at times. There’s so much going on, even while working remotely. It’s truly the cliché saying, there’s so much to do with so little time. So, how are we busy entrepreneurs supposed to get anything done? A great start is this blog that you’ve landed on.

We know the feeling all too well and we see it among our eWN community more often than not. Start considering these productivity hacks we’ve put together to be your most productive self:

Work Around a Schedule that Works For You

Choosing a reasonable schedule that helps you balance business and personal life is one of the best things you could do for yourself as an entrepreneur. This doesn’t mean to schedule concerts and marathons in the middle of your week to work around your free time. It means to schedule your free time around the work you need to do. You should also be considerate of what times of day you work best. If you’re more productive at 7 a.m., get an early start to your workdays. If you find more focus and inspiration at 2 p.m., then schedule free time activities before and then hone in on work.

Stop Multitasking

We know as entrepreneurs sometimes we feel the need to do 10 or more things at once. You may think this makes you more productive and saves time, but it actually does the opposite. Only 2 percent of people can effectively multitask, which leaves the other 98 percent of people actually lessening their productivity without even realizing it. It’s vital to nip that in the bud right now before you make a habit of it and find yourself running around like a chicken without a head on. 

Always Be Prepared to Take Notes

Have you ever had a brilliant idea that you swore you would remember and when the time comes it completely slipped your mind? We certainly do. It happens more often than not because we can only retain so much information, especially during other tasks. But you can avoid this by carrying something to take notes whenever something comes to mind. 

You need to record everything that comes to mind the moment it comes to mind. Keep a notepad, journal, or utilize the Notes feature in your cellular device whenever this situation arises. 

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