Hello folks! This is a short post that initially appeared on my blog, lingholic. I thought it may come in handy to many of you as most of the people who read Tynan's blog and who hang around here are people who usually like getting stuff done and living a fulfilling life.
As I was writing this post, though, a question popped into my head, especially in regards to Tip #5 (Delegate/outsource whatever your can). Obviously Tynan is a pretty smart guy, but I was wondering why he's using his precious time in the way he does. I mean, he's been working with only one more person to build SETT from scratch, with apparently next to no outside help (I might be wrong on that). I can understand this reduces the (financial) costs of such a start-up, and it must give some serious sense of satisfaction to Tynan, but why not outsource at least part of the process to expert web developers and programmers? That would save Tynan a whole lot of time and allow him to work on other more productive and potentially financially rewarding things. In fact, why doesn't Tynan outsource/delegate many other things in his life (such as cleaning his RV, booking his plane tickets, etc.)? Looking forward to know the answers! In the meantime, enjoy the following 10 tips.
We would all like to get more out of life, to feel fulfilled at the end of each day, and to get more done in less time. If you answered “yes” to any of these statements, then I encourage you to pay careful attention to the 10 following simple, actionable tips. Believe me, the truth is that you are probably less busy than you think, and you are, just like me, probably not making use of your time in the most efficient way; there is always room for improvement!
So, in earnest, let’s look at the 10 tips: