Principles Of Effective Time Management – Episode 3 – The Importance of Saying No – Part 1
Are you a business owner or entrepreneur that really loves what you do? You really love what you do but you find that the better your business does the last time you have therefore the worse your life is? Are you a task oriented go-getter but you feel like you run out of time everyday to work on the things that really matter most to you? If this is you and you need to tune into this business coach video training as this is coach Clay Clark will break down the principles of time management and effective management of time in episode three of the importance of saying no. One of the key principles of any good time manager is that they know how to say no. Steve Jobs says that he is asked proud of the things they said no to as the things that they said yes you and that we’re dominating market forces. It is so important that you get good at the art of saying no. So many business owners see there time to be wasted by employees or clients or friends or partners because they feel obligated to spend their time with these people working on their problems with these problems do not the cost of the business. You have to judge everything through the filter of what is best for the business and the bottom line. Another filter to run all of the things that you have on your calendar through is whether or not it fits into your F6 lifestyle. Your goals in the following areas of faith, finance, fitness, friendship, family, fun. If something does not fit into those goals for that filter and you do not need to engage in activity and you do not need to spend your time doing it. One thing you do need to spend your time doing is attending a business coach workshop at the Thrive headquarters in Jenks, Oklahoma. during this workshop we’re going to get details of what it means to be a time management expert.