(Submitted by Brad Bapst, Director, Small Business Development Center, OSU South Centers)
Small business owners invest massive amounts of time into their business. Managing the daily activities of dealing with customers and employees is more than enough in most cases to fulfill the workload for a business day. As we transition into the world of the internet; social media marketing, online banking, and email can add much more responsibility to a plate for business owners that is already full. The following article provides some time management tips that may help small business owners deal with the daily demands of owning/operating a business.
4 Ways to Practice Work-Life Balance in Your Small Business
By bridgetwpollack, Guest Blogger
Published: February 7, 2017 on
U.S. Small Business Administration Blogs – Industry Word
Many small business owners will tell you the rise of the internet has changed how they work. Newer entrepreneurs may not even be able to imagine moving about their day without email, social media or mobile banking.
But while these tools make it easier to do business in many ways, the pressure of always being “on” can amplify stress for small business owners. Time management can be particularly challenging for entrepreneurs who may be building a business while keeping another job, raising a family or pursuing education, just to name a few examples. Read more…