Thomas DeBusk, a busy attorney, recently upgraded from InerTrak to OfficeTime. While OfficeTime doesn’t have the ability to automatically import his InerTrak data, it does have a secret import function. We generally keep it on the down-low because it’s actually a feature under development. It works, but we don’t feel it has the kind of flexibility and friendliness that you should expect from OfficeTime, so we’re keeping it low profile until we can finish it. Find the secret import menu by holding down the option/alt key and choosing File->Import in OfficeTime. And if you do experiment with it, we’d love your feedback.
Small businesses are likely to face a plethora of issues this year. The key to making your business successful is seeing the issues upfront, and working towards changing them into advantages. Here are eight issues your small business could face this year. How will you combat these problems?
In its third annual “Top Time Killers” survey, OfficeTime asked over 1,300 people – mostly freelancers, small business owners and other professionals – about how much time they spend on a variety of activities during the workday. For the third year straight, the “Top Time Killer” is email, but this year Meetings rose from 5th place to a very close 2nd place finish.
I love OfficeTime. As a freelance copywriter, I use it every day to turn my time into money — accurately and reliably. I never worry that I’m leaving money on the table because I’ve left my time unbilled.
We’re a couple of weeks (more like over a month) into the New Year, have you started all of your business resolutions? By now, you should have a clearly crafted objective for 2014, but maybe you’re fearful that your resolutions just won’t stick. Here are some tips for making your time management resolutions work for everyone in your company.
Do you have a business calendar that keeps you up-to-date with all of your appointments, marketing plans, and inventory schedules? Most likely you do (and if you don’t, refer back to my blog “How to Make a Business Calendar” for tips on creating one). The question now is, what events are you forgetting to include? Here are 6 areas to look at when adding events to your business calendar.
Having a business calendar is just as important as having a business strategy. It keeps you on track, allows you to plan ahead, and takes stress out of the equation when it comes to remembering all the things you have to accomplish. Here are 5 simple tips for creating a business calendar.