As an entrepreneur and a business owner, there is not enough time in the day for you to accomplish everything you capture and put on your list. There’s business-related stuff, which covers making sure your business is healthy. This includes things like attending to your concerns in marketing, finances and taxes, production, customer relations, legal issues and business permits, social media, blogging, etc.
Then there’s your personal stuff — like your health (physical, mental, and emotional), and the important things that make up your life — your relationships, your family and friends, your hobbies, etc.
In the rush and push to finish what is important and urgent– and the way things go, practically everything that falls into our laps feel that way– some things eventually get pushed to the side along the way.
Peace of mind can become a faint memory.
Focus breaks down into stuttering dribs and drabs.
Energy levels drop. Attention fractures.
That’s what happens when the the To-Do list never ends for the day.
Being burdened with too many things to do is endemic in our world now. The time-crunch and stress has been the driving force behind the productivity movement and all the self-help material written and produced to help us carry the unwieldy and often out-of balance load.
Here we present a few basic ways to deal with the issue, all of which can be used in various combinations or simultaneously for a multi-pronged sustainable solution to the situation. Continue reading 10 Tips to Address Work Overload