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Keeping your head clear, your confidence high, and your focus strong are vital in maintaining forward momentum. If time management is not your forte, you will be inevitably tired, buried in the day to day routine and unable to see beyond tomorrow. As a result you don’t solve problems.
In previous roles achieving strategic business success, high levels of performance and ultimate customer satisfaction, it was important to have clarity and a sense of purpose. There was usually a team or collective tasked with helping me to achieve this, addressing the day to day routines – leaving me time and space to be strategic.
It soon dawned on me that running my own business would be no different. The action needed was not immediate. There was no longer an army or team of people set up to do this for me.