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5 Time Saving Tips That Will Shave Hours Off Your Work Week

In this session of the Handyman Startup Podcast, I share five of my most valuable time saving tips that I use every day in my business.

As a handyman or other home service provider, you get paid for your time.  Time is a form of currency, with one major difference from other currencies – you can never get more time.

That being said, it’s obvious why saving a few seconds, minutes, or even hours each day is extremely valuable – in fact, it’s priceless!

That’s why I’ve decided to share these 5 tips with you so you can enjoy the many benefits of more time.  Who doesn’t want more time?

Here are some of the highlights of this podcast:

  • 5 easy to implement time saving tips that you can start using today.
  • Why saving time is so important to not only your free time, but the growth of your business.
  • BONUS TIP:  A tool I use everyday to literally save hours each week.  (hint:  It’s less than $20)

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  • Lee Brady September 3, 2013

    Hi Dan,

    Thanks for your site and the podcasts! They have been very helpful to us in our startup. Love the time-saving tips! Could you share what accounting software you use? In the beginning stages of my husband’s business, this was all just a side thing, and we just developed some Excel spreadsheets to track income and expenses. We’ve definitely moved beyond that now and need a more efficient way to do our accounting. We’re looking at QuickBooks, but just looking to get feedback from others in the same type business that we are in. Thanks!!

    • Dan Perry September 3, 2013

      Hey Lee,

      You are very welcome.

      I use an accounting software called AccountEdge (for Mac). However, if I could go back, I’d use Quickbooks because that’s what almost everybody uses and is familiar with. If you ever hire an accountant, it’s much easier if they can access your books directly through Quickbooks. Unless you have a really good reason not to, that’s what I would go with.

      Dan

  • Josh September 5, 2013

    Hay Big D, love the most recent podcast, keep up the good work

    • Dan Perry September 5, 2013

      Thanks, Josh!