If time is our most valuable asset, what are we doing to make sure it is not wasted? Here are some tips and tools to redeem the days: 1. DO A TIME AUDIT OF YOUR TYPICAL DAY I recently did a time audit of my day, out of sheer exasperation about not having enough time to do anything. I was shocked!! I have more than enough time to do the things that are important. Everything I've shared with friends and family about being a "busy mom of 2 age 5 and under" while also getting thi
"Highly effective entrepreneurs don’t make those mistakes. They play to the needs of their business, not to the skills and strengths they love or are good at. Great entrepreneurs tackle the biggest issues in their business. They make to-do lists that are dead honest about their biggest challenges, and then set to work solving them. They focus on what their business needs, even if it requires the greatest stretch of their skills." I couldn't put this book down! I made so many
Do you want to be taxed on the seed or on the harvest? 💡 I think most of us would want to be taxed on the seed, but we haven't given it much thought. Mark Willis CFP. is on a mission to help you think differently about your finances. This is not your average prescription to better financial health talk! Mark says, you're going to have to THINK about what you want your money to do for you. He shares how to "find the smallest hinge that can swing the biggest door", challenges
What is the Day 1 Mentality? Elements of Amazon's Day 1 Culture: Being customer obsessed.
What does you customer need and want? Maintaining a long term focus.
How does every business activity fit into the long term vision? Embracing failure.
Innovation requires trial and the unavoidable errors. Experiment! Being proactive rather than reactive.
What actions can we take before we're forced to do so? Making well thought out decisions very quickly.
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This is the ultimate work smarter not harder quote (for me). "Give me six hours to chop down a tree, and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe." ~ Abraham Lincoln I have found that the list of things to do is always long and growing, but the tasks that are critical to business success are very few. It boils down to the 80/20 rule, 80% of the results will come from 20% of the work. The first task is then identifying the 20%. But even after identifying the big results
When we accept that God is the Chairman of our board, we can embrace peace while knowing that our potential is greater than anything that we can imagine; not because we are smarter but because the One who is leading the way is All-Knowing. Where bigger plans would normally lead to greater anxiety and stress, as Believers we should experience the opposite - peace and restfulness. God has a plan that is higher than our minds can even comprehend, so we don't have to even try and
There are some things you just need to do yourself if you want them done right. You know what you're missing. Work on it. It's not a life sentence unless you make it one. ❓Not good at sales. Develop your sales skills. Seek out information and apply it. ❓Not good at financials. Develop your financial skills. Take a class. Ask your accountant friend to teach you some basics. Seek our information and apply it. ❓Don't have anyone to show you the ropes. Start with biographies of p