Five ways for Small business owners with ADHD/overwhelm to save time:
by Lori Melnitsky, MA CCC-SLP
Certified ADHD/Executive Coach
Certified Speech/Language Pathologist
As a business owner, time is a valuable resource.
These are 5 ways to get your time back to be more productive. Some entrepreneurs with ADHD find it even more challenging.
Delegate and outsource tasks: Identify tasks that can be handled by others and delegate them to your team members This allows you to focus on high-value tasks that require your expertise, while others handle routine or time-consuming activities.
Automate repetitive tasks: Look for opportunities to automate repetitive tasks using technology. This can include using project management software, electronic management systems. Social media can be posted to various sights too. for ex: Hootsuite
Prioritize and plan your day: Take the time to plan your day and prioritize tasks based on their importance and urgency. This helps you stay organized and focused on high-priority activities. Consider using time management techniques like time blocking etc
Optimize communication: Streamline your communication channels to minimize interruptions and improve efficiency. Use tools like email filters, chat apps, and project management platforms to centralize communication and keep important information easily accessible. Establish clear guidelines for communication, such as designated times for meetings or using specific channels for different types of communication.
Continuously learn and be flexible: Invest time in your own personal and professional development. By continuously learning and improving your skills, you become more efficient and effective in managing your business. Stay updated on industry trends, attend relevant workshops or conferences..
Remember, saving time as a business owner is not just about doing things faster but also about doing the right things and optimizing your workflow.
If you are overwhelmed and having problems with executive functioning please email Lori@allislandspeech.com and visit www.lorimelnitsky.com
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