You don’t need to be a race car driver to understand that to the swift goes the race.
Unless you are in a position where results don’t matter… winning doesn’t matter… getting ahead doesn’t matter or turning yourself into the best version of you doesn’t matter… then you need to think like a champion.
This means mastering your Clock Management skills.
Regardless of who you are… young or old… rich or broke… successful or struggling… we all have exactly the same number of minutes to work with:
1,440 minutes each day.
Ayn Rand said it best, “Wealth is the product of man’s capacity to think.”
But the key to this observation is exactly what to THINK about!
This is especially important if you are a small business owner who wants to grow and expand profits.
So, if you want to grow, make more money, enjoy your business more.
Here’s a short list of what you want to think about, pretty much every hour of every day!
Something to always remember: Money is what we get for the exchange of our labor.
Develop outstanding skills, you make a lot of money.
Remain stuck in status-quo, business as usual thinking, you make less.
Every person has skills unique to them.
The key is to discover them, nurture them, and fully exploit them.
Theodore Levitt, Publisher of the Harvard Business Review and numerous books on marketing and business management, observed that there are 2 key ingredients to world changing success: Innovation and Marketing.
Both are driven by your imagination and an unshakeable belief in what is possible.
It’s the end of the first quarter…
Are you exactly where you want to be 3 months into 2016?
Achieving stretch goals?
Your family lives on the RESULTS you produce…
“Until one is committed, there is hesitancy, the chance to draw back, always ineffectiveness. Concerning all acts of initiative (and creation), there is one elementary truth the ignorance of which kills countless ideas and splendid plans: that the moment one definitely commits oneself, then providence moves too. A whole stream of events issues from the […]
Executive Summary: The game of business is a zero-sum game. If you do not take mind-share and market-share from a direct competitor — they will take business away from you — and you will slowly die on the vine. However, if you PLAN to WIN and PLAY to WIN, you will WIN the hearts and […]