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Lark: A Showit Template

Lark is a polished, feminine Showit website template for creative business owners. Showcase your business in a beautiful, professional way!

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Website Launch Checklist

Whether you're launching a new website for yourself or for a client of yours, use our Website Launch Checklist to ensure every detail is covered!

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At With Grace and Gold, we are dedicated to serving our clients wholeheartedly and efficiently. One way we do so is by batching — or grouping together — our daily to-dos. This way, we can serve our clients well within our 4-day work week. Today, we’re going to share how you can batch your tasks to work more productively, too!

How to Batch Your Tasks to Work More Productively

  1. First, determine when your business hours should be. First things first, when are your business hours? Having business hours is essential for a variety of reasons. So, when will your business hours be?
  2. Next, determine when you feel most creative. Your most creative to-dos should be completed when you feel most creative. If you feel creative first thing in the morning, complete your creative to-dos first thing in the morning.
  3. Group similar tasks together. At With Grace and Gold, we do all of our social media marketing on Mondays. That way, we can allow our social media to “run” the whole week through. Further, we can focus wholeheartedly on client work for the remainder of the week. Likewise, newsletter writing is batched, and blogging is batched. When similar tasks are grouped together, you can use the mindset you’re in to your advantage — rather than switching from one type of task to another.
  4. Experiment. Lastly, experiment with batching your tasks in unique ways and working on those tasks at unique times. Business ownership is an ever-evolving process, so experimenting will help you to determine what works best for you!

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