About a month ago I saw Tim Ferriss on a you tube video discussing how to handle objections and comments on his website. Some of the suggestions were quite comical.
I then found out that he had written several really great books. I purchased one, starting out with the Four Hour Work Week, and found it to be inspirational on how to organize my efforts. The 4-Hour Workweek, Expanded and Updated: Expanded and Updated, With Over 100 New Pages of Cutting-Edge Content.
Well automation is well known, I still liked how he pushed for making things automatic. Handling the work load so you could pursue other endeavors. And be stress-free. Checking your email every once and awhile, making sure your accounts are still funneling your commissions from online sales.
The "New Rich" he calls these free thinkers, the only thing I disagree with is he kept referring to the New Rich as a generational mindset. This is for anyone who wants to help smooth out those rough spots we've discussed. That extra help in vacation planning.
I think its well worth the read, you do get trapped with working in your business and not on your business. Very easily I might add. This has always been my problem, as I feel that everything can be tweaked to help things run better.
In case you haven't read the book yet, do yourself a favor and see how automation can help you and your business!