How to Do More with Less

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Many of you who listen to this podcast will admit that there are times when you feel like you’re on a hamster wheel of sorts with your business.

You’re juggling multiple projects, trying to learn new technologies, interacting with customers and more. There just doesn’t seem to be enough hours in the day to get things done.

I’m reminded of a study once conducted with people who did manual or physical forms of labor all day long. They were compared with people whose occupations were mentally oriented. In other words, mental forms of labor. According to the study, it took people longer to recover from mental activities than physical activities.

Is it easier to recover from activities that tax the body as compared with activities that tax the mind?

What does your own experience tell you?

In today’s podcast, I want to talk about reversing the course. I want to talk about doing MORE with less. If you feel like you’re seldom firing on all cylinders, maybe it’s time to consider an alternative approach?

Jim Galiano

Jim Galiano

Jim Galiano is an Internet consultant, web developer, author and podcaster who started doing business online in 1998. His consulting, marketing and publicity services have been used worldwide since 2002. Jim has been interviewed by a variety of media sources including the Wall Street Journal and CBS News in New York.

About Jim

Jim Galiano is an Internet consultant, web developer, author and podcaster who started doing business online in 1998. His consulting, marketing and publicity services have been used worldwide since 2002.

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