I know this can be a tall order for some of us but it’s an order that has to be taken seriously in order to survive in this fast-paced business environment. Unfortunately, I had to learn all this the hard way because I was so hard-headed as a beginner but you don’t have to.
First, you’ll have to take charge of your finances or else you’ll be deep in debt before you even get started. I strongly suggest that you don’t spend a dollar you don’t have to and when you do get your money’s worth.
As far as your time goes, you’ll have to rein in it as well or you’ll be all over the place and before you know it you’ll be burned out and drained of energy and not knowing why. I try my best to take care of my business as early as possible so I can be free to take care of anything that may happen during the day or night. I know we all have different schedules so you’ll have to make adjustments that suit you.
What do I mean by managing the resources you ask? That means going through all the marketing software you have just sitting around gathering dust and using it. It also means to check your bookmarks to see what you’re still paying for that you’ve totally forgotten about, that’s money wasted and going out that can be better used.
In closing, all I did to manage my new marketing life was common sense things, you’ll be surprised how by paying attention to your spending how much you can catch and save. As usual, if you’re interested in what I’m involved with you can always subscribe to my blog here by filling out the form.