Dan Kennedy’s “No BS” books are absolutely fantastic.

They’re very easy reads and packed with really great information. Most business books tend to be filled with a lot of waffle, but Dan Kennedy makes sure he gets straight to the point with everything he writes.

But there’s one book of his in particular which, in my humble yet accurate opinion, is just even better than the rest.

It’s called “No BS Time Management For Entrepreneurs”. If you haven’t read it, you’re missing out. It basically shows you how to manage your time much better than you currently are, meaning you’ll make your days a lot more productive.

So then, just why is this particular book so good?

Well, there’s a few reasons…

First, the methods Dan teaches in the book can be used by anyone. They’re simple and very straightforward to follow. None of the methods include doing any “weird” things. None of the methods include doing any complicated things. When I say they can be used by “anyone”, I really do mean it.

The second reason why it’s such a great book is this:

It teaches you to really value your time. Plus, it also shows you how to find out what you’re really making per hour. (You learn this early on in the book.)

It really is very interesting stuff. You’ll definitely value your time more after reading it.

Anyway, there’s plenty more reasons why it’s a great book.

But you’ll have to read it yourself to find out what they are.

However, right now, I just want you to ask yourself this one question:

How much do you currently value your time?

Because from what I can tell, most entrepreneurs don’t value theirs at all. See, most entrepreneurs end up working almost every hour of the day. Yet the unfortunate thing is, they tend to get caught up doing the tasks which they could just outsource. For example, admin work, bookkeeping, and other tasks which they don’t need to do.

I believe they don’t outsource these jobs because they want to cut their costs. They want to save money. But in reality, they’re actually losing out on a lot of money by not outsourcing these tasks.

Why? Because if they did outsource them, they could then put their time to better use by doing something which would actually grow their business and make them a lot more money. For example, this extra time could allow them to focus on finding new leads and acquiring new customers.

Plus, you should outsource certain tasks because they’re costing you valuable TIME with your family. After all, who cares about how successful your business is if you don’t actually have the time to do anything with your friends and loved ones.



Source by Tom Andrews