Here are some other top hacks I’ve learned from fellow entrepreneur friends:
When on the phone, walk around, tidy up, empty the fridge, fold your laundry.
Turn off all social media notifications on your phone and laptop.
Plan the next day’s outfit on your commute home.
When waiting for someone (in person or on the phone), write a to-do list or respond to old emails and texts.
Do squats while drying your hair/brushing your teeth.
Go with a friend to get a manicure or go for a walk, doubling up your pampering and fitness to-dos with friendship catch-ups.
Catch up on motivational podcasts while running errands such as dry cleaning or going to the bank, to the pharmacy, or out on a jog!
Skype loved ones while you are cooking.
Obey the two-minute rule: if you can do it in two minutes, do it on the spot! This prevents a mammoth to-do list buildup.
Every Sunday night, spend four minutes planning the week ahead.
And yes, you will feel tired sometimes. That’s OK! Power through it by focusing on your end goal. My friend Lauren Grant, owner of her own party planning company, The Grant Access, says, “Finding the energy to side hustle is the hardest part! It’s literally a second full-