Calgary business owner reveals secret to putting time back into his day
Tips to improve time management and strengthen the bottom line for small business
Many small business owners suddenly find themselves responsible for HR, accounting, inventory, sales and marketing -- essentially they do it all. Most people can’t keep that pace up for long.
Cheryl Dyck, creator of the TradeEdge program explains that many small business owners struggle to get everything done at work while still finding time for family and friends. This balance is critical and the good news is that there are simple tools out there to put more hours back into your day.
Improving time management is a great concept but many people stumble when it comes to actually making the changes necessary to get organized and plan ahead. Dyck reveals that proper time management skills aren’t all that mysterious. They’re really easy to implement and they allow you to put your precious time where it’s going to impact your bottom line the most. The trick is finding someone who will help you answer those key questions; which tasks deserve your time and which ones can you delegate?
When Tyler Christiansen, owner of TKO Garage Doors started his business, he immediately hired an employee but it didn’t help cut down the number of hours he was putting in. In fact, having an employee added to his list of responsibilities and he felt driven to work even harder. It was clear he needed help with managing the business and enrolled in TradeEdge.
“TradeEdge gave me the head start I needed to help ensure continued success for TKO Doors,” states Christiansen long and this is true of.
With no formal business training and just two years in as a business owner, Tyler Christiansen is now looking to hire a second employee and is confident that the new position will pay for itself. The power of proper delegation is paying off in his case.
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