Blog Archive: Time Management


What’s On Your Bucket List?

Not the list for the rest of your life, but just the one for this month. Do you want to try out that hot new restaurant? Attend your child’s play? Get a pedicure?

By Sophie Zollmann


Get It Together – Get Organized!

Undisciplined, sloppy, inefficient. Messy, unorganized, discombobulated. Do you worry that those words apply to you?

By Sophie Zollmann


What To Do When Business Is Slow

If you’re starting your business, it’s likely that your clients are creeping in slower than a sleepy snail. For others, certain times will be sluggish due to weather, tourism, holidays, etc. When it happens, don’t despair – and don’t drown your sorrows by binge-watching an entire season of Downtown Abbey!

By Sophie Zollmann


Stop Procrastinating In 4 Steps

What’s your favorite way to procrastinate? A friend of mine finds herself cleaning every horizontal surface she can find. A client likes to bury herself in little errands such as going to the post office. Another winds up wasting hours on email, responding to or sorting every single message.

By Sophie Zollmann


Prep For A Real Vacation In 5 Easy Steps

When you’re the boss of your own business, it can feel impossible to take a vacation that truly feels like you’re getting away from it all. But if you don’t get a break, you’ll burn out, and that can ruin your year. There are some simple ways to prepare for a vacation in advance – yes, this does require advance planning – so that your time out of the office is spent recharging and refreshing.

By Sophie Zollmann


Prevent Brain Drain – Get A Partner!

When you’re working hard to create new, valuable offerings for your clients, it can be hard to come up with exciting materials all by yourself. If you’re operating in a silo, your ideas might start to get repetitive and unoriginal. One of the best ways to keep your creative juices flowing, your energy up and your ideas popping out one after another is to get another person to help.

By Sophie Zollmann


Get Less Stressed

As an entrepreneur, your days are packed from morning ‘til night with important activity. You’re developing new materials, courting new clients, supervising a website makeover, emailing vendors and clients, creating your marketing strategy, maintaining files, keeping track of expenses… And what about making time for friends and family? Working for yourself is a lot of work, and more often than not, leads to serious amounts of stress. But there are a few great tricks you can use to de-stress yourself, and I’m happy to share them with you.

By Sophie Zollmann


5 Benefits Of Blogging For Business

There are many great reasons to maintain a blog for your business. Here are my five favorites:

By Sophie Zollmann


Drowning in Applications? Let Your VA Process Them!

Isn’t it a great feeling when your coaching program is flooded with applications? You know you’re really delivering a valuable service that people need and want, and they are willing to pay for it. Hooray for you! But…

By Sophie Zollmann


5 Top Tips For Proofreading

When you’re writing for your business, you must proofread carefully to make sure no embarrassing mistakes are published. Even if you’re an excellent writer – and not everyone is – you might not be the best typist. Plus, many spell-check programs usually won’t catch errors that are correctly spelled homophones (such as they’re/their/there).

By Sophie Zollmann

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