‘Time Problems’ Don’t Exist

Businessman hiding clock in his suit jacketManagement problems do, though, and here are 3 solutions.

By Sandi Smith, CPA
Accountant’s Accelerator

I know it’s a bold statement and a lot of you will disagree. But please have an open mind and hear me out.

Time is the great equalizer. We all have the same number of hours in a day, yet some entrepreneurs, many of them self-made, become wildly successful, while others languish. Only one in 20 business owners in the U.S. (2002 numbers) make it past $1 million in annual revenues. I believe the way they use their time is a big factor in their success or failure.

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Here are three better explanations of your time problem: