How to make your business day more efficient
Business day is a time for focus and reflection, but it also means lots of tasks to manage.
Here’s how to get more done at the same time.
2:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.- The last step before going to bed: Start a few tasks to get you through the day.
These will be easy to complete, so start on time.
You’ll be grateful you did!
7:00 to 9:00 pm.- For the last time, do something that’s important.
Try a task that’s new to you and will help you accomplish something you care about.
For example, do you want to help build a community or a business?
Create a task for this and keep it in your diary until you’re ready to do it.
If you need help with it, ask your boss.
9:30 to 10:00 am.- Spend some quality time with your loved ones.
Write down a list of what you want them to think and feel about your business and work environment.
It can also help you stay focused on the important things in your life.
12:00 – 2:30 p.a.- Wake up and shower.
Make a cup of coffee, snack and go to bed.
After the day is done, it’s time to head to work.
2 p.s.m.: Start your day.
Your boss will want to know what you did last night and where you went.
You can tell them if you ate a snack or two and talked to your family.
You don’t have to worry about them remembering your schedule.
1:30 – 2 p,m.- Get to work, or at least make a cup, coffee, lunch and dinner.
Take a nap, and start again.
This is when you should start planning.
You should have a detailed list of all your tasks, a schedule for each day, your weekly work goals, a list for your meeting minutes, the hours you need to work and a list that shows what your boss thinks you should be doing and doing well.
– Wake up.
You’ve got plenty of time to make a list and a detailed plan for the day, but you can also keep an eye on your finances.
Check your credit report.
You may need to change your employer to make it easier to get paid.
You might need to pay a little extra for groceries or other necessities, or find a new job.
If your boss doesn’t mind giving you some time off, give it a try.
4:00pm.- Get home and start your day, or get up early and do some work.
If the office is closed, go to the park or an area of your home with a view of the city.
It may be better to spend a few hours in the garden with the dogs or watch a movie than drive to work or the mall.
5:00-6:00 PM.- Get out of bed and make a few calls.
You need to have time to work on your tasks or take a few breaks.
If it’s a busy day, you may want to call your colleagues to let them know what’s going on. 6:00:30-6pm.- After your usual 8:00am to 6:30pm workday, start your shift.
Make sure to get your first call at 6:15pm.
You’re not allowed to work more than 5 hours without calling someone, so you’ll need to make sure you’re on time to call at least 6:10pm.
7:30 PM.- After dinner, get ready for the next shift.
At this point, you need some work done and you’ll want to make the most of it.
Make the most out of your shift, make it as easy as possible and work until you get home.
8:30PM-10:00PM.- If you’re tired, you can still make a phone call.
Make one of these calls and wait for the other person to answer.
It’s not important what they say, but make sure to listen.
Ask them what they’re working on.
Make it clear that they have to be there for you to get it done.
If they can’t come, tell them that you’ll call them later.
10:30 P.M.- The next shift starts, and you can make a call again.
Make this call at 10:40pm.
If everyone is still on call, it could take several hours to get everyone back.
11:00 P.m., 12:30 A.M., 1:00 A.G., 2:15 A.B. – Make a phonecall.
Make your call to your boss, but do it when you’re comfortable and when you know your boss will hear it.
Ask if you can come back later to pick up your calls.
If that’s not possible, make a new call to find out if the boss is on. 12 A. M. – After dinner and a break,