We all know that unless you try, (make the sales call, make the request, push yourself) you’ll never know if you could have succeeded. This week Michael Neill elaborates on this point using the Clinton campaign as an example. See the power of moving past your inner gatekeeper.
This week’s Tip does not only apply to Small Business Owners. No matter what your level is in the working world, you could benefit by awareness to how these 7 flaws could be impacting you and the solutions to overcome them. I know I’ve suffered from each of these traits from time to time.
You’ve heard of first aid… but what about second aid? When the the immediate crisis is over — how is your follow-up?
Going into a project, how do you know when you’ll be finished? Taking the time to define success & failure at the beginning can make a big difference in the long run.
What’s a great choice you made recently? What’s another great choice you can make this week?
What difference would you make to your own business if you took a moment to be your own customer just once a month?
Art Sobczak provides a straightforward process for cleaning up your follow-up file. As we all know there are only so many hours in the day and better to focus your time on the activities that have the most potential for your business.
In this week’s Tip, James Kilts lists what matters to him. Sometimes it’s the simplest ideas that propel us forward.
Steve Straus provides ideas on delegating to people who can easily get you on track by bringing discipline to areas that are not your strength, allowing you to focus on the priorities and passions of your business (and what you’re good at).
Complaining can generate negativity that snowballs into more complaining. What if you could do something about it?