Daylight Savings Time – Maximizing Your Hour for Your Betterment

“Falling Back”, a Daylight-Saving Time practice of moving the clock forward by one hour at the beginning of spring and moving it back one hour in fall. The aim is to make use of daylight longer into the evening by starting daylight an hour later in the morning. But how many of us use this daylight adjustment to our advantage in our businesses?

When planning your day, it is essential to take into consideration the tasks at hand and time constraints around them; our family, partners, customers, and even our service providers’ business hours or schedules based on daylight. For some, this very well may be a non-factor, as performance is now a routine or a well-oiled machine.  However, for others, this can cause an adverse impact making the shift in time to be an inconvenience affecting your service quality and quantity of clientele.

One of the great ways to take advantage of the daylight change is to reflect on your business structure, process and procedures to determine if it is a good fit, need tweaking, or something new to improve your goal to provide a higher level of customer service then previously given. This is a positive way to begin strategizing, as it will spark up new ideas in a creative way, seeing your business from a different place in its evolution process. It is the beginning of the thought process of how you can implement things differently for greater results in sales, clientele, and productivity of employees. As a result, your positive energy and innovative thoughts will be your inspiration to make changes necessary for better business.

Make a choice to reflect on what you can do differently in your business today, to become a better business tomorrow. And in the long run, your customers will thank you for it.


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