When I worked my first job out of college at an investment bank, I was told what to do.
Run this report. Create this model. Research this. Update that.
When I started my first business, nobody told me what to do.
Every day I got up, went to the computer, and had to decide how to spend my time.
As a business owner, a career author can’t tell you how to manage your time.
You will miss the biggest advantage of owning a business: building an organization that produces results without you doing everything.
I say this knowing I’m a bit of a time management junkie.
If a book comes out promising to increase my productivity, I read it, regardless of who wrote it.