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Using Time Management Principles to Budget Your Finances Better

| January 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

Budgeting your money and budgeting your time have more in common than you think. They’re both precious resources that are easy to waste and worth saving when you can. Some of the most basic principles of time management can be applied to your finances to make your budget more streamlined, efficient, and productive. Decide how […]

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5 Time Management Tips for Entrepreneurs

| January 1, 2014 | 7 Comments

Do you find yourself overworked day after day? Without the normalcy of a traditional career, many entrepreneurs are packing more hours into their workday, but this doesn’t guarantee success. In fact, overworking is a symptom of inefficient entrepreneurs. When I started my business, I was a college student who had to fight for enough time […]

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6 Time Management Tips for Busy Entrepreneurs

| July 13, 2013 | 9 Comments

As a young entrepreneur ready to take on the world, perhaps the most precious resource at your disposal is time. Money, ideas, talent, support – it can be generated or acquired, but no matter how smart you are, how hard you work, or how determined you are to succeed, a day goes by in 24 […]

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7 Productivity Hacks for Entrepreneurs

| May 10, 2013 | 3 Comments

As an entrepreneur your time is extremely valuable and there’s never enough of it. Often times you are the only employee in your company and if something is going to get done, you do it. This leads to founders valuing their time at an extreme premium. In one poll, the average startup founder valued their […]

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Learning To Balance Your Social Network Life

| April 27, 2013 | 3 Comments

Today’s world is quite different than the one our parents grew up in. It is fast-paced and only getting faster. Social networking has opened us up to levels of success that they couldn’t have even dream of. But is all this effort you are putting into your social network helping or hurting you? Feel exhausted, […]

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5 Critical Skills for Entrepreneurs

| April 16, 2013 | 17 Comments

These are 5 essential skills that every entrepreneur needs in order to be successful and effective. The world’s best CEOs are masters at these skills. You should aim to master these skills also. 1. Sales When you are first starting out on your own, being able to sell will be the single most important skill […]

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The Importance of Time Management

| April 7, 2013 | 4 Comments

Welcome to the first installment of our perspective series! This series is meant to give you true insight into the realities of your mind, your business and your life. There is a commonly held belief that the first step in starting a business is to graciously bow out of your current employment and dive right […]

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5 Ways To Do More By Doing Less

| March 25, 2013 | 1 Comment

This touches a nerve. You are working hard. Nobody can tell you that you’re not. But perhaps what you’re not doing is focussing. My name is Josh Valman; I’m 18, still studying A levels and Managing Director at Miproto. I’m a recovering obsessive workaholic. I know exactly what it means to work hard. I’m balancing […]

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How To Manage Time When Running a Business

| February 3, 2013 | 1 Comment

Running a business is time consuming and to make sure that a business is successful it is essential to manage your time effectively. It is important to spend time on the core tasks. Too much effort spent in the wrong areas will not only affect productivity but will also lead to stress and anxiety – […]

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The Delicate Dance of Work-Life Balance!

| December 21, 2012 | 1 Comment

“NOT AGAIN”, 12 months ago this statement would be coming from my wife’s mouth.  It was a Saturday afternoon and I couldn’t put my phone down and kept wandering towards my computer. It was a magnetic draw that I couldn’t resist. What if a client had emailed me or what if Jay Leno wanted me […]

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