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Monday, August 6, 2012

INFOGRAPHIC: TIME MANAGEMENT FOR SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS


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Small Business Owners: Here’s How to Manage Your Time [INFOGRAPHIC]
By Zoe Fox,
Mashable, 5 August 2012.

More than half of small business owners say they don’t have enough time to do all the jobs they’ve assigned themselves. For the average small business owner, that can be between three to five roles.

It’s easy to see why one in four small business owners say they’d pay $500 for an extra hour each day. Time ranks ahead of resources, such as laptops and mobile phones, on lists of assets most valuable to a business. Mavenlink created this infographic, which explores just how little time small business owners have on their hands.

Among small business owners polled by an eVoice survey, 71% report working longer hours, and 40% say they take less vacation time than those who are not self-employed.

If you’re a small business owner, take a look through these survey results and let us know if they resemble your behaviour. If you feel pressed for time, these Mavenlink tips may be able to help you out.


[Source: Mashable. Edited.]


1 comment:

  1. Wonderful post to read! Time management is more tough for small business professionals. Their days are so bored and filled with tons of things to do in a day. Think of ways that can help to accomplish what we need to do, but in a proper manner.

    For effective time management, I would recommend that small business owners should use Replicon software. I’ve used this application for almost a year and have benefited a lot by it. I’ve also recommended it to some of my friends who needed a good software for the management of office routine efficiently.

    Here's the link ( http://www.replicon.com/olp/online-time-recording-software.aspx ) to know more about this application!

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