Superior Time Management Box - Matthew Pollard

Featured in WeWork Magazine – January 2015

race time photoIn this article, published in WeWork Magazine , I discuss three simple steps to help eliminate your time wasters. Taking on a new project or opportunity can be intimidating, especially if your schedule is already full. This article will help you discover how you currently spend your time, help you eliminate unimportant time wasting tasks from your schedule, and highlight what tasks can be outsourced and delegated to others. It also provides you with some really helpful website links for outsourcing on the cheap. Use these three simple steps to free up your time so that you have it available to take on new projects and opportunities, without the worry of how you will fit them in.

You can also see the original post at – magazine.wework.com

What time wasters did you discover? How much time did you free up?

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ABOUT MATTHEW POLLARD

DON'T SETTLE FOR LESS - LEARN FROM THE MAN WHO HAS "ACTUALLY DONE IT" With five multimillion-dollar business success stories to his name in industries as vastly different as telecommunication, construction, and nationally accredited education, Matthew has been characterized as a true differentiation, niche marketing, and sales systemization powerhouse. Just like everyone else, Matthew had to overcome many hardships throughout his life, some perhaps harder than others. Due to a disability, Matthew had a reading speed of a sixth grader at the age of 18, resulting in introversion and an extreme lack of confidence. In 2007, he fell victim to a glassing to the face, which took 26 stitches, painful plastic surgery, and more than five years to heal. While others may have let these misfortunes hold them back, Matthew used them to learn and turned them into advantages that he now shares with others.

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