Managing Multiple Projects as an Entrepreneur

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Running a small business can be exhilarating, but as you know by now there’s more to do than just posting pictures on Instagram and shipping the orders that come in.  You have to manage a lot of tasks, any of which can demand your full and careful attention at a moment’s notice.  What if you overlook something?  What if you forget something? 

This can drive a lot of people to a level of anxiety that they can’t handle.  

In fact, we have heard over and over that in many cases the reason a small business closes its doors isn’t directly because of money, but because of the anxiety that comes from trying to run it.  It’s the fact that things get lost in the shuffle which is the root of the loss of revenue which spells doom.

Worried restaurant owner

If you are always having to be reminded that you need to do something for the projects that are going on; if you spend far too long “coming back up to speed” when you get back to something that you put down a week ago; if you lie awake at night wondering how things are going overall; then read our free white paper Managing Multiple Projects as an Entrepreneur.  We wrote this as a way for you to get to know more about us first hand.  There’s no obligation— you don’t even have to enter an email address.

Here’s what you’ll learn:

  • The three most important things you should be instantly able to know about your projects— and how to instantly know them
  • How to keep score, so you can tell at a glance whether a project is in trouble or not
  • How to eliminate that ‘dead time’ when you are getting back to a project after you’ve been away from it for a while
  • A real, working system you can implement today at no cost.

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Understand this though:  We are not selling a “solution” anywhere on this site. We’re not pointing you towards a solution and getting a commission.  This is not a “tease,” where “for only $Way_Too_Much_Money you can have our real solution.”  

This is it.  This is what we use.  We’re showing you how to do it, how we do it, by instruction and with a complete case-study example.

And because it’s not a course and we don’t have to send you an activation link, you don’t even have to enter an email address.

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What’s the catch?  We do sell courses here.  We have a second one going into beta (tentatively titled “Time Management for Creatives“) and a third in the works.  Our motivation is simple:  We want you to be impressed by what we give you in the white paper and realize that there is value in what we say and do.  That’s all. 

It’s what a company does when it’s not exactly a household name.

If you’re in the demographic that benefits from this offer, you can bet your bottom dollar you’re going to run into time management and work-life balance issues. And we want you to know where you can get good information.