Finding the Time to Hustle

By | November 6, 2016

Finding the Time to Hustle

So maybe you are thinking about quitting your job to start a business or you just want to explore a side hustle but you still want to keep your day job. Your schedule is tight and just don’t know how you are going to find the time. Well to be fair, there is really so much to do and so limited time. Between mowing your lawn, doing housework and other stuff you only have 24 hours in a day. There is no time, right? Wrong.
So how will you find time to hustle? Hustling is hard work and making sacrifices. For you to succeed you will definitely have to compromise, make sacrifices and learn to manage your time better. Below are some of the things you can do to create time to hustle.

Make Priorities

Maybe you are used to hanging out with friends for a few hours say three times every week. It won’t kill you to cut back on that time and limit going out to once a week. Hustlers don’t have time to socialize, they create time. If you do this, you will certainly get a few more hours every week to hustle and to do productive work. 

Cut Back on Television Time and Social Media

Most people spend a lot of time each day on social media. If you think about it, you probably waste more than ten hours every week browsing and watching television. But how does this really help you? In order to succeed in hustling, you must learn to prioritize and make every single minute count. You can spend this extra time hustling and doing more productive stuff that will make you some extra cash or better your business.

Subcontract

Another way to create time is to let someone else do other tasks for you. Instead of spending all your weekend doing gardening and housework, you can spare a little money to hire someone to do that work for you and use the time to make more money. 

Start Waking Up Earlier

Being a hustler means having to work harder than other people. If you begin waking up an hour earlier and going to bed an hour later than you usually do, you will have ten more hours in a week. That’s a lot of time that you can use to do something productive. Although it may be hard at first, you will probably get used to it soon enough and it will be worth your while.  

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