Believe it or not, as a new entrepreneur—whether you’ve started an online business or offline business—one of your biggest hurdles is time management.
Now, I personally don’t like to call it that, because I’m an “A-type” personality and I don’t like to be managed…
However, here’s the challenge:
When you first start out in business as an entrepreneur…
You are not conditioned to manage yourself.
From the moment you go to school and then enter the workforce, you’re always TOLD what to do.
You go to school, show up at 8:00am, stay there till 3:00pm, follow your class schedule, do your homework, move to a ringing bell, and so forth.
Then when you enter the workforce, and even when you move up the ladder and become a manager or a leader in a company, there’s still somebody above you that gives you the projects or sets the vision and tone.
There’s always something to do that somebody else creates for you—even if you delegate some of it.