How To Balance Your Full Time Job With Your New Business
Interested in starting up a new business venture but not sure how you'll balance it working a full time job at the same time?
You don't have to quit your day job to make time. While it might work for some people, you might not be able to afford jumping in head first realistically.
Don't fret! We are here to tell you it's possible! It's not easy of course, but you will need to manage and prioritise your spare time to be more productive and get there faster. You will need to stay productive and motivated and not give up. Have you ever found yourself saying "But I don't have time?". This is an excuse that people use to put things off! Everyone has time, you just need to make time.
You'd be amazed at what you can achieve if you manage your time effectively.
We'd like to share with you a few secret weapons that can help you manage your time better.
Pretty simple right?
There are so many productivity apps out there that can help you out too. If you're not sure which ones to use, here is a break down of some of our favourites..
If you need to store and organise your notes, Evernote is your go-to app! You can create checklists that also include photos and attachments, so you can immediately get context on your task! Evernote is accessible through multiple devices including your Android or iOS phone, tablet, computer and all information is synced between your devices. So handy!
Swipes is a ridiculously easy to use to do list app, and it has integration with Evernote. The two go hand-in-hand and they sync information to each other. Swipes is great for collating your email, notes and calendar in one place which allows you to set tasks and reminders for yourself. You can turn a note from Evernote into action plan in Swipes, which breaks down large tasks into smaller do-able ones. It can also be accessed via your Android or iOS phone, computer or tablet. Pretty cool huh?
Trello allows you to customise how you want your tasks and boards to appear, allowing you visual flexibility to create a workflow that suits you. It's a great way to visualise check lists and see how much progress you're making, as well as working off one big checklist with a team of people. Trello is compatible with Android or iOS phone, computer, tablet, and even the Apple Watch so you can tasks done on the go.
Google Calendar - the calendar to rule them all! What's so special about this app? The calendar syncs with your Gmail account which makes it so much easier to be organised and create events and set tasks with ease! You can use reminders to create and view to dos alongside your events and tick them off once completed. Also available on Android or iOS phone, computer or tablet. Reminders
Which app sounds most useful to you? Now the choice is in your hands to download one of these free apps and start getting sh*t done! No excuses!
We'd love to hear your feedback and recommendations on your favourite time managements apps in the comment box below :)