Prioritize Your Tasks

Prioritize your tasks. Study shows that as business owners we need to focus our attention on that task that actually moves the needle, the one that makes us money. As business owners, we are also marketers, admins, and we wear many hats, but what can we do to be successful other than praying and asking God for help? One of the things we are learning is to use each day to mainly focus on a task that will create a revenue stream. It may be making an item from scratch, creating e-books online, cold calling, emailing prospects, or using different advertising methods that will help our business grow. A business is never truly a business until it starts generating income. Don’t doubt for one second that because you’re small, that your pockets need to be as well. You don’t need a million people to scale, you need a lot of faith, work, trust, and resilience to make reality what God has already made available to you. We are rooting and praying for you. We ask that you please do the same for us. 💖

Things you can do to start this right away:

1. Spend time with God before you dedicate your time to anything or anyone else.

2. The task you decided to prioritize because you know it will move the needle, no matter how tedious, should be the first thing that gets completed each workday.
As a small business owner, there is no time to waste on non critical tasks.

3. If you find yourself losing track, always go back to God and ask for clarity and peace. Then, go back to the drawing board and ask yourself, what can you do this very moment that can convert into a sale, a visitor, a prospective client for your business? Then, do that for as long as you can.

We pray this helped someone today.

God bless you. ❤️💜❤️💜

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P.S. One of the most important things you can do for your business is to pray for it every day.

Verse of the week:  Isaiah 64:8 says, “Yet you, Lord, are our Father. We are the clay, you are the potter; we are all the work of your hand.”

With Love, 

Your Galilee Life Family

Galilee Life

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