Time management can be more challenging for part-time business owners. Whether you work full time, run another business part time, or rely on several part time jobs or gigs, if your yarn-related business is part time, you may struggle to manage your time and stay productive.
In this episode, I share my time management approach to being a part-time business owner:
- Start by setting your short- and long-term goals
- Look for “chunks” of time in your schedule that can be devoted to your business
- Arrange the activities required to meet your goals into types of tasks
- Organize the tasks into your available time slots
- Find a time management system that works for you
- Don’t compare yourself to other businesses (especially those run by full timers)
- Find social support
You can hear more details by listening to this episode.
If you struggle with time management, you may also want to listen to Episode 10: Time Management Tips: An Interview with Lindsey Stephens from Poetry In Yarn.
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