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As an entrepreneur, it is vital to get the business up and running first. Once it takes off, the role of the business owner is very different than it was in the beginning. Wearing many hats is not an easy task. Here are some tips that can help an entrepreneur go between different roles without losing balance.

Cutting Up Time for Working, Managing, and Marketing

Ideally, one-third of the time spent working on one’s business should be given to each one of these tasks. This type of formulation has worked well with entrepreneurs and helps them in not putting any one of the three tasks above the others.

Take Time to Strategize

Strategizing is an important part of the process of running a business. It should become one’s habit to take time of the day for this vital activity. While the rest of the time is spent on meeting the needs of others and reacting to events and needs of the company, strategy is the engine that runs the whole process and should not be ignored.

Being One’s Best Client

The business is no less important than the most important client of the business. That is why time must be taken to pay attention to the needs of the business and its employees.

Take Time Off

Sometimes, the business owner just needs to take some time away from work for new ideas to come up.

Create a Calendar of Strategy Update

Although urgencies during the day take up a large portion of the time, there has to be a way to track down the strategic updates that take place in various time spans.

Have an Effective System Set Up

Successful businesses work according to set up systems. Using a system that has proven to work already will save much time and effort in treading a new path.


Delegating and empowering employees is the key to stimulating them to spend more time and energy on the business. If time and money are going to waste, then the times spent on delegating and empowering employees needs to be balanced.

Hire the Right Employees

If a business owner is doing a job that can be done by someone else, a proper employee should be hired. This allows business owners to spend their precious time running and leading the business forward.