What Is Your Time Quotient? Why Should You Care?

| June 7, 2017

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Last week we discussed the difference between hopes and wishes vs. crystal-clear EXPECTATIONS. As I pointed out all week, what you have the RIGHT to expect is based on four Colors within your personal Time Prism: Your sense of purpose and MISSION… your ATTITUDE… your ability to set Smart GOALS… and your ability to establish realistic PLANS to achieve your goals.

“Be of good cheer. Do not think of today’s failures, but of the success that may come tomorrow. You have set yourselves a difficult task, but you will succeed if you persevere; and you will find a joy in overcoming obstacles. Remember, no effort that we make to attain something beautiful is ever lost.”~ Helen Keller

Once you have established clear EXPECTATIONS, your success then depends upon your ability to EXECUTE, such that you meet or exceed your expectations. This is where you need to Tune IN… Turn ON… and Turn UP your performance by Engaging The Time Prism.

To Improve Your TQ ~ Turn Up Your 10 Colors…

What Is Your Time Quotient? Why Should You Care?
In “TQ Speak,” there are 6 Colors that drive your ability to Execute: Your physical (and mental) ENERGY level… your ability to PRIORITIZE your actions… your ability to build teams and create powerful interpersonal SYNERGY… your ability to remain ORGANIZED and OPTIMIZE your time… and finally, your propensity to take bold ACTION.

Together, it is these 10 Colors that are continuouslydriving your Expectations, and your power to Execute.

Thus, it is this “Golden Ratio” between your Expectations and your power to Execute, that moves you forward towards success—or holds you back from it.

It is also your Golden Key to Success!

What Is Your Time Quotient? Why Should You Care?
No question, this key will unlock the future of your dreams.

This week, we are going to discuss one of the most important numbers in your life… a number far more important than your IQ or your EQ… even more important to your career, and future, than your golf handicap!

Your Time Quotient (TQ) is a Gold Standard measurement of the ACTIONS you take to produce the RESULTS you get over TIME.

TQ measures how SMART you ACT, not how smart you ARE.

What Is Your Time Quotient? Why Should You Care?

More Results In Less Time: The Key To Lasting Success.

So, what’s YOUR current Time Quotient?

How well do you actually produce the RESULTS you Expect, in the TIME you have?

Do you consistently bang out world-changing Results, or are you frequently failing to live up to your expectations?

Over the next few days, we will be discussing your career TQ… your business TQ… your relationships TQ… your financial TQ… your marriage TQ… and your family TQ. If you want these areas of your life to work better, then work smarter. Improve your TQ. Start now to produce substantially better RESULTS… TODAY!

Want greater Success this year?

Produce better Results right now. Improve your TQ.

Put simply, your success is completely dependent on the Results you actually GET in the TIME you have.

The math is simple and is a function of what you have EARNED the right to EXPECT… over your POWER to EXECUTE… which is DEPENDENT on how brightly your 10 Colors are burning. (The beauty of this appeals to both, left AND right brained people!)

What Is Your Time Quotient? Why Should You Care?
One level deeper, your RESULTS are an integral function of your Expectations for each Goal (goal n=1 to 100), over your power to Execute, such that you meet or exceed your Expectations in the Time you have allotted: This week, month, year or decade.

For example, if you have 3 big Goals for the next 2 years (Time)—Number 1, retire with total financial freedom… Number 2, travel North America via rail… and Number 3, reconnect on a deep spiritual level with your Maker—the Expectations have been set… and the Time allocated.

To consider yourself Successful then, your Actual Results over Time must meet or exceed your Expected Results over Time. Consistently achieve the Results you Expect and you are a success.

What Is Your Time Quotient? Why Should You Care?
The ONLY issue then is if you have the raw, Results-producing personal POWER to Execute up to Expectations.

This POWER, of course, is an integral function of how brightly each of your 10 Colors are burning. If your Colors are all strong and vibrant, you produce Results way beyondExpectations. If they are weak and faded, you have a problem just making it through the day, let alone producing fabulous Results.

Which is WHY your TQ is an integral function of your 10 Colors and is the key to your success:

What Is Your Time Quotient? Why Should You Care?

How much POWER do you have?

Because this topic is so important to your future, I want you to take 20 minutes, in the next day or so, to answer the 10 simple questions for each area of your performance. (These 100 questions will give you pin-point precision into what’s currently driving your future. Your responses are 100% confidential, and the test costs you nothing but time.)

Even if you have done this before, it is good to get a quick review of your overall Power level. If you haven’t yet taken the full TQ Test, consider this your wake up call!

If your TQ Score is less than 70, and you don’t already own a copy of The Power of TQ, I am making it available to you this week at one half price ($19.95). You must order from this page to receive this discount.

This may well be the most important single investment in YOU, you will ever make. In fact, I personally guarantee it!
— E.R. Haas, CEO


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E. R. Haas is CEO of the TQ Smart family of web sites including ThinkTQ.com, IntentionalExcellence.com, MyBizIQ.com, MyBelieversGuide.com, MarriageWithPurpose.com and hundreds of others.E. R. is a "serial entrepreneur" and has created over 20 different businesses in software, manufacturing, finance, publishing and many other areas.He is married to Jan Haas who shares his interest in model railroading, gardening, and traveling by train. Together, they have 5 grown children, 9 grandchildren, and 6 great-grandchildren.

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