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If you’ve ever felt like you’ve got too much to do and too little time, this distinction will help you grow your business and it only takes a simple mindset shift. Follow this advice so you can become more productive and less hassled by changing your habits in small ways.
This guide is incredibly powerful and easy to apply in your own life, right now. Get more control on how your clients approach and treat you. The way clients treat you on a daily basis greatly affects your well-being and can be a source of a lot of stress. But you can take that stress out of your life and be a happier worker by establish boundaries early to create a better working environment for yourself.
Learn to block out the drama of your clients and focus instead on aspects of your business that will grow your business. 20% of your time set aside for focused activity will increase your business over time. It seems contradictory to prioritize your business before your clients, when conventional wisdom dictates that client make-up your business.
But with this quick guide, you will see how clients get in the way of a growing business. You do want more clients that bring in more profit, but you want that growth and still have personal time. Make life easier for yourself by subtly controlling the behavior of your clients. Prioritize the general direction of your business over the quibbles and tantrums of your clients and you will find your business booming.
Learn to distinguish the urgent from the important, a very slight but essential difference that will change the way you run your business. Have the clarity of mind to see the difference between urgent needs and actions that will impact your business in the long run. Do not react to situations, instead of be in control of the direction of your business.