Anne Marie Hamill

Our habits have a powerful effect on the way we think and what we do daily, and that can translate to success or failure in business. If you want to be a successful business owner, you have to develop some key habits. By managing your time and tasks effectively, staying organized, and avoiding burnout, you can start to develop those habits that lead to success.

Manage yourself

Managing yourself means managing your time and tasks effectively. By waking up early every morning and allowing yourself an “hour of power” to get ready, you come into work better prepared and more awake. You can also make a list of your three most important tasks (MITs) the night before and complete them first thing in the morning. Your MITs should be related to your long-term goals. This ensures they always get done on time and prevents you from procrastinating.

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