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biz ladies: grace’s tips for staying focused

by Grace Bonney

last month i shared the first two videos i created as part of the d*s consulting program: how i got started + my tips for making the leap from part-time to full-time business owner. today i’m sharing the final video in the series that frankly, i need to re-watch myself. my balancing skills have been less than stellar lately and i think i need to get back to basics when it comes to organizing. so today i’m sharing the fail-proof plan i (normally) follow for staying focused and productive when running your own business. i’m sharing everything from small tips (like my beloved pomodoro technique) to broader ideas like hinging due dates on people you care about to ensure you deliver on time. i hope these tips and ideas will help you stay focused and organized with your own business. thanks for watching! (if you want to watch this on youtube on a portable device, you can get the direct link here)

ps: if you’re looking for the free pomodoro widget, it’s right here

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