success recipes for solopreneurs

If you are a small-business owner who provides a service, you may recognise the following scenario: it’s Monday morning and there is one meeting in the diary from 9 to 10.30. And then another one from 2-3 and maybe some client calls in between. You know you will have plenty of emails coming in, and then there is the travelling and preparation time for the meetings. In the end, you may find yourself thinking about and planning your work for the week on Sunday evenings.

Come Monday, you are also squeezing in the writing of invoices, presentations or articles. Then Tuesday seems like a repeat of Monday with a networking meeting thrown in for good measure.

Is it really all in a day’s work? Or can your workload be handled differently?

I suggest that it can. For a start, try to limit your availability for meetings; although this can…

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