commit: 6b2ca8a - #414 (2014-03-05 12:54:44 -0500)
Sounds like a good article, but I've been too busy crashing on deadline to read it. Sorry.
I KNOW, RIGHT?! (I haven't even read this yet. Based on the title, just sayin'.)
Full disclaimer: I've been totally guilty of this in the past. It's hard to not play that game, because it's abundant in our culture. If you're "busy" you're "successful".
I always felt the term "hustle" was funny. How do you "hustle" exactly at a computer? Type faster? I mean, I get that the idea is to make good choices. Instead of 2 hours of TV, choose to work on that side project etc. One less night at the bar adds four hours a week to whatever you're doing. But "hustle" is a weird word, we're not on a farm. We can't pick more ears of corn than the guy next to us and just go faster.
It obviously comes down to time management, something that if i'm being honest, I am not great at. But for some people finding hours in the day can be a struggle, for me if i struggle to get something done, i'll have to sacrifice it for another project or event.
Tbh....I'll moan more about not having enough sleep than being busy.( A 6 month old baby will do that too you!)
Like I have the time to read through all this.
This is perfect. Being "busy" is not a good thing, especially as you claim to work smart, not hard.
how do we (marketers/SEOs/etc) work smarter specifically? :D
I must tell the truth, the title made me very curious as I would really like stop complaining about how busy I'm. I've read the article and actually I'm a bit disappointed, I was expecting more suggestions about how to do that... Anybody knows another tricks?