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Networking and Business Productivity

Posted on in Business

Networking can bring your business to new levels that just wouldn’t be possible by doing it all alone. Your contacts can introduce you to powerful people, share your content, help you come up with new ideas or even become friends! There are a number of ways to network more in your business:

  • Attend live events,
  • Make personal contact with some of your customers,
  • Email bloggers you admire just to say hello,
  • Have conversations on social media, join public groups & expand your reach,
  • Arrange to meet your online colleagues in real life,
  • Chat with others in marketing forums,
  • Comment on other people’s blogs,
  • Respond to comments made on your blog.

Make a goal to spend just 10 minutes a day doing activities like this and you’ll improve your business network. Improving your business isn’t just about improving your profits. It’s also about building relationship.

Everyone has to do things they don’t always enjoy in their business, but the more your business grows, the more opportunity you’ll get to eliminate them completely. You’ll reach a point in your business when you simply can’t continue to do everything yourself. And, if you try, your business won’t grow. This is why you should take steps towards avoiding all the task and there are few possibilities to go about this:

  1. If employing a staff is not feasible, you can outsource those tedious tasks to someone else (start small if your budget is limited and keep increasing the amount you outsource as you go). But just remember that every penny you spend on outsourcing is an investment in the future of your business.
  2. You can eliminate those tasks from your business. This second option isn’t always feasible, for example with day-to-day admin tasks, but if you’re not enjoying something it could be a sign that your business needs to move in a new direction.

Don't forget to take a day off!

If you’ve been struggling with a new project, or are finding it super hard to focus on your work, then just take some time off. There’s nothing wrong with taking an entire day off from time to time. Stop beating yourself up about not working all the time! Even business owners deserve time off, and you may just find you come back refreshed and full of new ideas after some time spent doing other things!

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