The key to success in business is not working 24/7, says blogger MJ Gottlieb. Here he gives some tips on how to make this ideal a reality. An inspiring post about how to plan and manage your time may change your perspective entirely. MJ gives some detailed advice not just on how to schedule your week but on how to schedule your month to make sure you get to all the things on your check list without endless hours that could land you flat on your back in the hospital. Pay close attention. You won't want to miss this one!

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Written by MJ Gottlieb
731 days ago

Thanks for the comment Heather. Very much appreciated! I think that there is a common misconception many people have (which I was guilty of many times myself) that as long as you work hard you will be rewarded. I think it has to do with getting stuck in the trees so to speak without being able to get a good OBJECTIVE view of the forest, which is quite often a very hard thing to do because our emotions are so deeply involved in what we do. Yes, we must work smarter in ways that work for US. I couldn't agree more. Thanks again. Best-MJ



Written by HeatherStone
731 days ago

Hi MJ, and congrats for making the front page of the BizSugar community with this post. I think many entrepreneurs know what it's like to almost kill yourself over your business. It isn't any more fun or glamorous than almost killing yourself at a regular job. There are always ways to make things better in your business if you take the time to look. The key is not to memorize a bunch of tips, though I think your list is a good place to start. Instead, you must find smarter ways to run your business that work well for you. After all, isn't this why you got into business for yourself in the first place?



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