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If there is one area every entrepreneur must master in orderto maximize their success, it's the ability to make the bestuse of their time. The saying "Time is money" certainly appliesto e-commerce. Many time-robbers threaten to cripple onlineproductivity.Let's face facts: For a large percentage of people, their use ofthe Internet largely results in frittering away their time, with little or nothing to show for it. Just consider some of the most popular online activities: Sending and receiving frivolous email (jokes, etc.). Downloading and listening to MP3 music files. Using ICQ for idle chat with friends and relatives. Random surfing, etc.Things that in themselves aren't necessarily bad - after all, we need some recreation and diversion - but the downside is that unless we keep a tight reign on the time we spend on non-productive Internet activities, they hinder real accomplishment.Even if, like me, your primary use of the Internet is forbusiness, opportunities to absorb business-related informationbombard us from all sides: Countless web sites, ezines,forums, discussion lists, chat rooms, and on and on. More thanwe can possibly absorb, and sometimes potentially addictive.Any of these resources may be useful for business purposes,but even they can be distractions if they prevent us from getting more important things done.As a victim of any of the above time-robbers, we may end upasking ourselves "Where did all the time go?"Arresting the Time-RobbersI was recently interviewed for an article in Entrepreneur's Start-Ups Magazine (Sept. 2000 Issue, pg. 30). Here are some tips I gave for effectively dealing with time-robbers, which appear in the sidebar "Smart Move - Make It Count."1) Set goals.If you don't know what your destination is, how can you getthere? Write down your goals.2) Keep and use a prioritized to-do list.Always tackle the high-priority tasks first, and work onlow-priority ones as time allows.3) Exercise self-discipline.If you can stay focused on your most important priorities,you'll see greater results from your time and effort.4) Automate where possible.With e-mail, use time-saving tools such as autoresponders andfilters.5) Periodically analyze your business.Assess which activities work and which ones you shouldeliminate.-----When you have many things to do, and too little time in whichto do them, you must focus on what's most important. It's good to periodically analyze your priorities and goals, and makenecessary adjustments to stay on track. After all, there's only one you, and only so many hours in each day.ConclusionIf you want to get maximum benefit from the limited time youhave to accomplish things in your online business, or any otherarea of life, you must manage your time well. When you do,you'll achieve more, and you'll look back on your work withthe satisfaction of knowing that you got the most importantthings done, instead of looking back with regret. As Benjamin Franklin said long ago: "Dost thou love life? Thendo not squander time, for that's the stuff life is made of."---Marty Foley reveals uncommon e-commerce success strategies in his highly-acclaimed resource, Internet Marketing Goldmine:>> http://ProfitInfo.com/catalog/v3/ He also helps Internet entrepreneurs boost profits through his members-only web site: >> http://ProfitInfo.com/catalog/v5/ And his audio programon time management shows how to increase your productivity(online and off), defeat procrastination and reach your goals:>> http://profitinfo.com/catalog/v1.htm