How To Manage Your Time As A
Startup Founder

A startup’s journey is made of excitement, anxiety, success, and sometimes failure.

Along the way, it’s important that those who carry the vision – the founders – keep a steady pace for everybody, on every step. Managing people and resources in a fast-paced startup environment it’s hard indeed. Startup founders have to be particularly careful about how they manage their time.
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How To Create Hourly Budgets (And Make Sure You Stick To Them)

“How long will it take?”

Any client who will come seeking your business’ services will be concerned about time as well as costs. This is why time is a key factor when quoting a project.

Once you’ve given an estimate, the hard part is sticking to it. Exceeding the budgeted time can result in high costs and very upset clients: here’s how Timeneye helps you avoid just that.
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Introducing: Recurring Hourly Budgets

Having a steady flow of revenue from clients is a challenge for most businesses.

A breath of oxygen can come from offering recurring services at a fixed price, to the same clients. But how can businesses be sure they can stick to the work planned, and not exceed it?

Today, we’re happy to announce that we’ve added to Timeneye a new PRO feature that will help do just that: recurring hourly budgets.
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16 Powerful Quotes To Boost Your Productivity And Motivation

Motivation is important. It’s what helps us reach our goals and keep focused. Motivation, unfortunately, also comes and goes.

June 20th is World Productivity Day, and a lot of people like to share their favorites tips and tricks on how to keep productive all they. But sometimes, despite our best efforts, productivity hacks don’t work right off the bat.

This is why a little motivation can give us just the boost we need to get things done!
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How To Audit Your Team’s Time And Measure Productivity

Talking about “measuring employee productivity” usually brings up a bad feeling.
Employees don’t like having their work scrutinized, and managers (at least, some of them) don’t want to be chasing people around to ask them about their work.

Yet, if teams want to improve, or at least have an idea on how their work’s been going, a little monitoring and measuring of productivity is necessary.

When done correctly, it can help the manager find costs and time sinks, and also benefit the way the organization works as a whole.

Thankfully, Timeneye gives managers the tools to do just that.
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