How to Master the Techniques of Time Management In Your Pet Business (and Your Life)

Do you feel like you are always racing against the clock to care for your clients, your family and yourself? If so, you are not alone. So many pet business owners struggle with time management. In this segment, we’ll help you master your time so that you can have more ease and (yes!) feel more empowered in your pet business and your life. Get out your notebook and paper because, I promise, you’ll want to take notes during this segment. (Oh and let me know what you think of the background backdrop he had behind him during the interview.)

George Kao

In This Segment You Will Learn:

  • The concept of Time Placeholders and how they can be the key to spending your time wisely
  • How to stop feeling overwhelmed and actually get the important things done
  • Create Knowledge Placeholders to prevent scattered notes and wasted time
  • Why Time Logging is a powerful practice you should do at least once a year, to sharpen your awareness of your most important resource
  • How to create wiser rhythms of renewal in your life so that running your business becomes more joyful and sustainable for you
  • And much more!

Kristin - MUSINGSKristin’s Musings:

George is a very kind and generous person who made this interview happen in spite of his busy schedule. I’m grateful because I got so much out of what he shared in his interview (and I think you will too). He also has a lot of personal integrity in the way he runs his business and lives his life. I have a feeling you’ll be able to sense that part of him when you watch his interview. Oh, and if you are wondering about the background during his interview: no, that’s not his backyard; it’s a backdrop poster that he got for when he does interviews such as this one.

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George Kao with Buddy at Sunset -- croppedGeorge Kao

George Kao is a speaker and coach on the topics of Authentic Marketing and Joyful Productivity for solopreneurs. More than 1,000 business owners have taken part in his innovative coaching programs to stabilize their income, expand their visibility online, and create more freedom and joy in their business. Over the past seven years he has been a featured guest on many webinars, telesummits, and podcasts. He generously and freely shares his best business tips daily on his Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+, and Twitter profiles. George lives with his wife Kim in San Francisco and they are lucky to live with two cats and a dog.

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  • Kristin Morrison

    Reply Reply September 9, 2015

    Hi everyone! We’ve created this handy little comment box for those who don’t use Facebook but who still want to post a comment. We’d love to hear what most touched you about today’s interview and any ‘a-has’ you got as a result of watching today’s segment. Do share! 🙂

  • Richard

    Reply Reply September 9, 2015

    I did enjoy the video and hope i can put it to good use in daily life!!!!!!

  • Nannette Morgan

    Reply Reply September 9, 2015

    I liked this very much. My favorite part/quote was when George said “You are your most important client.” That is so true! Thanks for putting this on!

  • Patricia Mejia

    Reply Reply September 9, 2015

    Kristin, thanks a lot for all the effort you made to let us learn everyday from different lecturers to improve our personal and business lives. There are things we know we should do, but someone has to come and remind you of them and their benefits like today.

  • Kristin Morrison

    Reply Reply September 11, 2015

    So glad you all enjoyed Day Three of the conference! And thanks for your sweet words, Patricia. I love putting on this conference and yes, sometimes we need to be reminded multiple times of things we already know in order to actually take action. 🙂

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