Time management is more than just a business skill; it is a life skill. There are only so many hours in a day, and so, using your time wisely is a must to achieve your personal and professional goals. For entrepreneurs, time management skills can make or break their business, regardless of the industry. Especially if you move at a fast pace like Sal Rich and Robert Tuzzo, it is even more critical to make the most of every minute.
Sal Rich began flipping shoes at 14 and always knew he was meant to be his own boss. He now holds three master’s degrees and has founded two 6-figure companies. Recognized as the most innovative digital marketer of 2020, Sal Rich has already made a name for himself in e-commerce and cryptocurrency. He credits strong time management skills for his success. By staying with a simple yet effective system of separating short-term and long-term goals and then breaking each individual goal into smaller pieces, Rich manages to keep close track of his
time anywhere from a daily to quarterly basis.
This system can seamlessly transfer to other industries as well. Real estate mogul Robert Tuzzo has a packed schedule that not just requires but demands top-notch time management skills. A 20-year industry veteran, Tuzzo is the Vice President of one of the nation’s largest privately-held mortgage banks. While this position alone requires a considerable chunk of time, Tuzzo also co-founded the New York School of Real Estate, where he teaches over 3,000 real estate professionals a week. And did we mention the Digital Blueprint app he is developing to increase his colleagues’ digital footprint? The pilot for this project alone is a 90-day endeavor comprised of 50 people.
Sal Rich and Robert Tuzzo are experts at multitasking and performing multiple jobs at once. They both agree that to maintain their optimum performance and exponential success, time management is key. Squandered time results in not meeting your daily targets, which can eventually lead to a loss of revenue. Simply put, these entrepreneurs can fully attest to the adage: “Time is money.”