7 Productive Principles to Live By

I’ve been in business for over 32 years now and along my journey, I’ve learned a lot of things that have helped make my time more productive and more successful. There’s a certain method to the madness of getting things done, and a strategic approach to tackling your to-do list is going to make you much more efficient and productive.


In the business world, there are generally two types of people:


  1. those who are highly effective with their time, and
  2. those who have a lot of non-productive time not achieving a great deal.

I’m always looking for ways to get things done faster and smarter, and then use my newfound free time to do other, more important tasks or things that I love doing.


Being more efficient and effective with your time, and being smarter with your time is what small business owners/entrepreneurs all should strive for because it leads to you becoming more successful and having more time to spend doing the things you love to do. A lot of the time it is by forming a daily habit, like getting that 10:30 am coffee, that we learn to get things done routinely!


I truly believe that one of the key principles to success is being productive and effective with your time. No matter who you are, what you do or what your business is. So here are 7 principles that smart business owners, who are also very successful, live by each day.


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