“What, you want me to schedule one more meeting?” This might be the response you have when you start reading this week’s Tip, however, please pay attention. If you are not scheduling regular time for and with yourself for planning, thinking, and strategizing, you are missing out on the most important meeting on your schedule.
“What one thing would you have done differently when you started your business?” This question is often asked of me by new coaches interviewing me to be their mentor. I always respond – getting an automated contact management system. When I first started my business, I had my contacts on an Excel spreadsheet and it was very cumbersome. Then someone told me about ACT! It makes remembering to stay in touch effortless. In this week’s Tip, Tracey Lawton shares additional ideas on why you need to get organized to get clients.
My clients often ask, “How do I get from where I am to where I want to be? How do I accomplish what I want to accomplish in this life? Where do I start?” This week’s Tip by Chris Widener outlines 7 steps for achieving your dreams. First, you dream!
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.
Are you working efficiently and smart, or are you out of control? Stop, take a breath, and read this article: Make sure you’re working effectively.
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.
This article by Tony Alessandra explains why Vision is important, how to get it if you don’t have it, and how to develop it if you do have it.
How is the year is going for your business? Where do you need to spend more energy and where do you need to spend less energy?Phyllis Sisenwine makes a number of points that are important to remember for the success of your business.
Chris Widener’s simple process for setting goals can ensure a higher likelihood of achievement.
Ideas for how you can get the most from the holiday season.