If you invest your time wisely, you can redistribute it when and where it matters most. This is what author and entrepreneur Dan Martell calls “buying back time.” Identify the tasks that drain your energy and then delegate those jobs whenever possible. The time you free up can then be filled with higher-value tasks that energize you and generate more income.
Start with a Time Audit
There are lots of menial tasks that don’t necessarily need your personal touch. Administrative tasks like emailing or even research can be outsourced quickly and for little money. By weeding the brain drains out of your schedule, you can reclaim more hours to take care of your health, practice your hobbies, or nurture your relationships. Learn more about how to Buy Back Your Time in our latest Instaread.