I’m a time management geek! As an entrepreneur, you have to be an expert at time management. As an employee, your daily schedule is mostly dictated by your boss or company. As an entrepreneur, you have to make it up as you go along! You have to decide what the best use of your time is for the biggest contribution to your company.
That’s why I’m sharing a glimpse into my daily routine that I’ve optimized for productivity. Feel free to use this as your schedule blueprint. Plus, find out the ONLY two hours of the day you should be reachable.
There has never been a better time to be an entrepreneur? Take advantage of these 7 reasons why:
It?s never been more affordable.
From entrepreneurial education to the ability to work from anywhere, it?s never been more affordable to start your own business.
Easy-to-use and readily-available technology.
Need something automated for your business? There?s an app for that. But seriously, there is pretty much software out there for every possible need you may have in your business. Whether it be accounting, analytics, social media management, marketing automation, it exists, and if it doesn?t, you may have just found your business idea! Continue reading “7 Reasons Now is the Best Time to be an Entrepreneur”
Amazing.com was honored to have Sir Richard Branson speak at ASM 4 Live Event in February 2015. His entrepreneurial insight and giving spirit were nothing short of inspirational for us and our ASM students. After posting about Liat’s exciting opportunity to ask Sir Richard Branson a question on stage at Live Event, another two ASM students reached out to us in the blog comments about their chance meeting with him in the following message:
Thursday through Friday (March 26-27) of last week, I attended Social Media Examiner’s Social Media Marketing World conference in San Diego. I want to share the six key takeaways I found most important and actionable for improving your business.
At the ASM4 Live Event, Amazing.com was honored to have Sir Richard Branson as a special guest. Matt Clark and Jason Katzenback interviewed Sir Richard Branson, and he shared a wealth of knowledge, business advice, as well as beautifully rich stories from his past. At the end of the interview, he invited two people to ask a question, and surprised them by allowing them to come on stage. Here is the story of Liat Shamash, one of the lucky two invited to ask a question (story found on her blog Baby Mushroom):