- Outsource Non-Core Business Competencies
Business tasks like bookkeeping and accounting, human resources, marketing, legal, and IT can all be outsourced. Small business outsourcing statistics prove that over ⅓ of U.S. small businesses outsource different functions with over 70% of businesses cited cost-cutting as the primary reason. With outsourcing, you’ll spend less than hiring full-time in-house employees, and gain valuable insights into your company’s overall opera
- Know What Tasks To Delegate
You can free up some time in your schedule by taking a moment to evaluate your daily schedule to identify and delegate items that do not actually require your expertise. As a result, you’ll have more time to dedicate to higher-level tasks that drive revenue and steer your business strategy.
- Multitask Your Learning Time
If you find yourself feeling restless while you read or struggling to actually find the time to read, then you can multitask your learning by accessing information in other forms of media, like a podcast or an audiobook, you can listen the latest economic news, download podcasts on leadership or industry-specific topics, and listen to them at your convenience.
- Practice Meditation to Improve Focus, Memory, and Learning Ability
Start by scheduling five minutes a day a mindfulness meditation routine to your daily schedule to center your mind and focus on your breathing. Has been shown to improve the overall function of the brain, especially the prefrontal cortex, the executive center of the brain that’s responsible for decision-making, self-control, judgment, and strategic planning. Additionally, meditation helps improve focus, creativity, and memory.
- Put CEO Training in Your Schedule
Your learning time must be a priority. If you don’t prioritize learning, then we can pretty much guarantee you won’t find the time to do it. In fact, if you write down your daily CEO training and personal development plan goals (or any goals for that matter), you’ll be 42% more likely to accomplish them.