Protect yourself from becoming overloaded and paralyzed. Increase your production and get more business management done. Here are some suggestions to help you:
- Start deleting accounts to sites for which you can’t regularly update your profile and participate, within a reasonable (decided by you) amount of time. Regularly updating your info and occasionally dropping in to participate builds a reliable business image and reduces stress.
- Don’t join a new, similar site without ending your relationship at the other. Trade one online membership for another to retain whatever amount of salvageable time you have.
- Link some accounts so that you can cross-post, but be careful. Check what is actually being auto-shared for consistency of the image you want to project. You may want your photography videos to be shared on Twitter but maybe not every movie that you review and save. On any site on which you enable auto-share, check for the option to create private folders or categories that will protect the info in them from being auto-shared.
- Consolidate religiously and squeeze out more minutes to dedicate to creating products and artwork.