There is only so much time to complete so much work. Even on your most productive days, there is usually always something you will have to take care of the next day. When you realized this, you hired more employees, and now it’s time to give them work to do.
Years ago, my boss at the time shared an interesting metaphor with me: his business was a duck. Seen from above water, it appeared to float gracefully toward its destination. However, a view from under the water revealed the duck’s awkwardly flapping feet, which writhed wildly in all directions. The
Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest – the world of social media is exploding in popularity, and those that understand its mechanics are on their way to the top. Since the social media marketing boom, countless businesses have been hopping on the bandwagon. Over 900 million people have Facebook accounts, 140 million use
Congratulations to Shawn J. Ervin of Collins, Ritchie, & Ervin, LLP! He was randomly selected out of over 350 survey participants to win a new, third-generation iPad! Everyone here at Bill4Time would like to thank all that participated in our survey! The survey results are very interesting, and we are
We all hope to reach that point when we realize that our small business is not so small anymore. But when the moment actually comes, it’s often a lot more stressful than we predicted. The time has come – you need some help. You’ll no longer be the boss of
“I have been at my desk for a half an hour and I have yet to start anything remotely productive.” If you have never said that to yourself, then please contact me so that I may study your time management secrets. For everyone else, why do we do this? It