Time Management is not Child Play, Take it Seriously

Time management seems a simple concept. Just designate a specific amount of time each day for working on your web site project.

Well, this is were most people go wrong!

Let us be honest, How many times have you started working on a project during your designated working time and become side tracked.

Don't deny it; this happens to even the most dedicated internet marketers.

You start working and the next thing you know you are surfing the web.

It may seem like you are working because you are reading up on your project or related topics. But the next thing you know, you have spent all of your designated working time surfing and have not really gotten any quality work done.

This used to happen to me all the time.

I could spend a whole day surfing around, coming up with new ideas for making profits. But at the end of the day what meaningful work has really gotten done?


Watch-out: surfing non-sense sites and useless information is the #1 cause of time drain for self employees

The answer to this problem is to be specific in you time management and absolutely stick to the plan.

If you need time to read up on your project, designate 30 minutes to doing so. But once 30 minutes is up, you must move on to the next thing on your list.

Whether you have 1 hour, 3 hours, 6 hours or more, you must be specific and stick to your schedule.

Here is typical day schedule. You have to write your own and stick to it.

Total time: 6 hours

8:00 - 8:30 Respond to emails, check affiliate stats
8:30 - 9:00 Analyze and tweak AdWords campaigns
9:00 - 10:00 Write "Time Management" email for Google Profits mini course
10:00 - 11:00 Research for Google Profits 2008 updated version
11:00 - 1:00 Write Google Profits 2008 updated version
1:00 - 1:30 Buy domain name for new project, begin site design
1:30 - 2:00 Write schedule for tomorrow

Here is the tricky part:

When running through my schedule during the day, I make sure to switch my activity exactly at the time I have specified.

If I am writing an email for the university of internet e-zine and I am still not finished after the one hour allotted, I will move on to the next activity. I will then schedule in a half hour tomorrow to finish the email.

If I am working on something that does not require to be online, such as writing this email, I disconnect my computer from the Internet.

I sometimes even break out some old fashion tools, pen and paper. Doing this keeps me focused on the task at hand at keeps me from the temptation to surf the Internet.

Speaking of time management. My allotted hour for writing this email is almost over. So I will finish these last few sentences, quickly scan for spelling and grammar errors, send the email off to you guys, and move onto the next thing on my list.

By this time, you got the idea of "Time Management", this is of top importance if you want to become your own boss and run a success business online.

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