Don’t Let Overwhelming Issues Hinder The Growth Of Your Business
Business growth potential depends on how to you manage your time but also how you leverage the people or employees around you. There are other ways to improve business growth but many times business owners are so scatter brained that they never complete one task before moving onto another task.
Of coarse this is the mind of an entrepreneur and I know you have to strike while the iron is hot but sometimes without a good system in place, this could become very overwhelming for any type of business.
You’ve heard that you need to be active in social media these days to promote your business or website. But there are so many different social media tools available that it can be impossible to maintain active profiles on all of them. What can you do about it?
Sometimes even after you narrow down your options, regular management and interaction with your community can be overwhelming. So let’s talk about some options you have when you are in that position.
I'm So Overwhelmed!
I never thought that packing my entire room would be as overwhelming as it is; well, actually, I've never thought about it because I seriously never thought I would be getting kicked out of my house with two weeks notice to do so.
When You Feel Overwhelmed by Your Workload
Ioften write and speak on workload management. But even I occasionally get overwhelmed by the sheer volume of requests and assignments. I’m in such a state right now.
In the last week I’ve attended board meetings for three different companies. Two were out of town. In addition, I have spoken publicly five times and am right in the middle of reviewing the copy-edited manuscript for my new book.
That doesn’t even count the 669 e-mails I have received in the last week. (Yes, that’s the exact count as of 10 minutes ago. It only represents the ones that have come through to my private account.) No wonder I feel overwhelmed!
But I’ll bet your life is no different. The reality is all of us have more work than we can possibly do. When you add to this the demands of regular exercise, family, church, civic duties, and some semblance of a social life, it becomes impossible.