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Delegating for Work and Home


Delegating is important, especially during this day and age. Having time, creating time and more time, especially during the holidays.

Time seems to be speeding up, and while we can all be more efficient in creating more time, some people just don’t know how.

Americans try to do it all. It’s in our nature, but we actually lose productivity when we take on more than we can really accomplish. If you follow the Blatchford Coaching Blog, you will know that being productive can be difficult, especially if you are one of those folks who believes that you are an expert when it comes to multi-tasking.blat

In this day and age, it’s difficult, if not impossible to juggle work and family, not to mention a social life. According to Blatchford Coaching, we don’t need to burn the midnight oil to accomplish our goals.

Delegating your Tasks

You may think you can do it all, but that mindset will actually make it more difficult. You can create more time by delegating tasks to others who may even perform them better. Delegating tasks works in all areas of life, including family.

When you know how to break down a task and empower others to contribute their efforts, you can choose the tasks that are best suited to you and crank through in record time without distraction.

Delegation works well in a family by sharing specific tasks with spouses and especially your children. Give them the opportunity to own their spot by contributing to family efforts.

At work, break down the tasks so your team can be involved and responsible. Quit going it alone and then feeling overwhelmed. Break the tasks down so your team members and family members can feel empowered.

Delegating may seem difficult at first, but once you get the hang of it, you will find you have more time for you and your family.

If you would like to start delegating contact Blatchford dental management who can help you learn how. Call or click now.

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