It’s really important to know exactly what journey a customer will have with you, and this can vary within your own business as well as from business to business. It can be used as a really important tool to assess your workload, including how much work you can take on, helping you to work more efficiently and effectively.
What if I told you that taking just a little bit of time before your week starts to actually plan your week could massively increase your productivity? You may call me crazy, but it’s true! Whether you do it on a Friday afternoon or a Sunday night, 10 mins to half an hour is all you really need to give your productivity the spur it needs on a Monday morning.
You may like doing certain tasks for your business, or you may find them stressful and time-consuming. Either way, it’s a good idea to take stock of all of the tasks and activities that you do to see which ones are actually the most valuable to you in terms of monetary value. Which ones contribute to helping you achieve your business goals?
If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the number of emails in your inbox, it is going to take time to sort through them all but if you do it in manageable chunks; it’s honestly time well spent. And, in the long run, time saved beyond measure. Here are 8 practical tips to help you wrest back control of your inbox.