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When I came across Craig Jarrow, I was really thrilled with the notion of a blog solely focused on more effective time management, something I think everybody could use some work on. In our chat, Craig shared some great tips on blogging and even on time management. Here are some highlights from our chat:
  • Why What You Think About All the Time is Key to Consistent Content Production 
  • The Importance of Looking Inside Yourself for Your Passion
  • Why You Need to Just Start Writing
  • Using Twitter to Connect with Your Ideal Readers
  • The Role that Niche Traffic Plays in Your Growth
  • Key Tips for Interacting Across Each Platform
  • Making the Shift to Thinking Like an Entrepreneur
  • The Importance of Knowing Where to Spend Your Time
 Some resources mentioned during this episode include: Craig Jarrow is the Time Management Ninja, helping you win the battle against wasted time, disorganization, clutter, and all other things evil. You can follow him on twitter @TMNinja. If you liked this article, would you share it with your friends? Just click here to post it to Twitter.
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Originally aired almost 5 years ago.


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