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Wow how time flies….

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I cannot believe how long it has been since I have had time to blog on here. Note to self….. don’t start a new blog when you have a major event you are planning for!

There are times that the best intentions just are not able to be followed thru. When I installed this blog script I really thought I’d be able to hop on at least several times a week, if not daily, to share some work at home thoughts and ideas. HA! When already stretched sooooo thin on time, it is hard to make time for something else, even though you think it may only add 5 – 10 minutes to your daily routine.

Sometimes, you just need to set some things aside when the plate is already full or overflowing. This is where prioritizing comes into play. Take a look at your current workload and ask if you can honestly handle anything else. If you can’t, then set aside your new idea, and revisit the opportunity at a later date, after life as you know is settles down a bit or if there is a change in your business.

Remember that there ARE things that CAN wait until tomorrow… or even until next month OR next quarter. Stay focused on your "have to do" list while at the same time keeping track of the new ideas you’d like to infiltrate into your business. As a home based business owner, your business needs and jobs can change from week to week and at some point, you may be able to add in some of the extra tools or programs that you feel would be beneficial to you and/or your clients. Be honest with yourself and be practical in the expectations you put upon yourself.

 

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