Top 2 tech tools and solutions to lowering burnout and the workload

 

Burnout of owners is happening all over the USA. Here are a few ideas to lower the workload and eliminate burnout.

#1 We did a webinar with Chris Holman, Executive Coach and discussed signs and solutions to burnout. Check it out and look for the list of ideas!

 

#2. We LOVE appointment scheduling software. The time blocking, easy accessibility by clients and leads to self-book, and syncing with calendars is amazing! And for anyone that is so busy that the only time they can schedule a calls is at night, they will be thrilled with this option to self-schedule. Bonus: you can avoid booking yourself in back-to-back meetings and thus, avoid the loony bin.

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#3. The shared email box has been forgotten but is a great time saver. Just set up an email address box as IMAP on multiple staff computers’ and now you have people helping you manage that black hole of email.

If you want to lower your workload and stress, click HERE to schedule a one-time Boost Call or HERE to inquire into our business operations strategy services.

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Good luck. And as always, health and sanity to you!

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