I love my work – but if there’s one thing that I struggle with more than anything else it is that I get to the end of each day and wish there were a few more hours.
image by Erik
It was a couple of years ago that I first said to a friend that I wish I could clone myself because i could fill up my day numerous times – there are just so many opportunities (and demands) and every day I feel like time precludes me from acting on them all. A quick look at the thousands of unanswered emails in my inbox illustrates this perfectly.
In chatting to other bloggers who achieve some level of success I’ve found that this problem is the ‘curse’ of many a ProBlogger.
So today when Chris Brogan write a post on Scaling Yourself I was all ears. It contains great tips not just for bloggers but all kinds of web professionals and it’s really helpful. I won’t regurgitate it all here but much of what he’s written are some of the ‘lessons’ that I’ve been teaching myself – plus there are some that I still need to learn.
I hope you find Chris’s post as helpful as I did.
Oh – and if you have any more tips for overloaded bloggers trying to scale themselves do leave your own tips in comments below.