How to squeeze your to-do list in your crazy busy routine

April 3, 2017

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Get your hands on this free A to Z guide to starting and growing a successful handmade shop. Know what to do (and in what order) to build a wildly successful handmade shop.

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  1. Lea Faulks

    April 4th, 2017 at 11:46 am

    Deb,
    You are an amazing person, full of wonderful & helpful ideas, generous, and so friendly. I have never come across anyone like you. I am so lucky to have found you.

  2. Deborah Engelmajer

    April 4th, 2017 at 5:03 pm

    Hi Lea, thank you so much for the kind words I really appreciate it!

  3. Susan

    April 4th, 2017 at 12:49 pm

    HI Deb,
    Do you feel Asana will work for an individual, since it is marketed to organizations for collaborative efforts? I am an artist and have no need at present for the collaborative/team nature of this…otherwise it sounds good. THANKS!

  4. Deborah Engelmajer

    April 4th, 2017 at 5:02 pm

    Hi Susan,
    I used Asana as a one-person team and it really helped in keeping me organized. But I am also not for adding more and more tools to your arsenal if you don’t feel the need for it. A pen and paper works really well too! That said, Asana is free so you can try it for a couple of weeks and see how you feel 🙂

  5. Susan

    April 10th, 2017 at 10:07 am

    Thanks so much Deb…totally agree with no more tools than needed and sometimes low tech is best. I may give it a shot though…I get bogged down on the way from big picture to micro-steps!

  6. Ashleigh

    August 21st, 2017 at 11:31 am

    The moment I started putting estimated times with my tasks then arranging them from quickest to complete to longest, my productivity skyrocketed!

    That process also helped me realize that I’m better at tackling bigger tasks in the morning since my brain starts to turn to mush around 3:30 lol

    Great tips Deb!

  7. Deborah Engelmajer

    August 21st, 2017 at 5:54 pm

    I am glad it’s working for you! It’s the best thing I have ever done for my own business 🙂 And you’re right, you should ALWAYS do the most important thing in the morning, before checking your emails, etc.. when your brain is still ‘fresh’ and ready to do some good work. Emails can wait til 3:30 PM !

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