Entrepreneurs quickly realize that one of your biggest ways to measure the ROI of an investment isn’t the price of the product or service – it’s how much time you get back.
We think of social media as a way to connect with our friends, loved ones, and community. But it doesn’t always feel that way, does it?
Have you ever used the excuse of “not having enough time” for not doing something that was important to you? I bet you have.
I had a dull ache in my back, right below my ribs and it wasn’t going away. I texted my husband and said, “You might have to take me to the hospital, this pain seems to be getting worse and it’s not responding to Tylenol.”
The next thing I knew, I was spending the evening in emergency at the Kentville hospital with my first ever kidney stone.
There were eight of us sitting around the table. The vast majority were seasoned speakers who are used to telling stories and teaching in front of crowds. Mark Levy (the guy who helped Simon Sinek find “Start With Why”) was sitting at the table. He is an expert in positioning as evidenced by Sinek’s tremendous success.
This week has me desperately seeking a do-over I can’t have.
Think about a time when you were put in a situation where you felt as though you needed a do-over. A re-try. You may be thinking about something in business, in relationships, or in life in general.
Chances are you feel overwhelmed with the amount of stuff you need to do each day.
There may be times when you feel like you’ll never be able to progress further than you are right now because there is too much on your plate. Too many tasks, obligations, and distractions.
As a business owner, it’s important that you understand your priorities in building a business.
You need to have systems in place. Reporting to measure your numbers, a mechanism to build your list, an active presence on social media, a quality product or service to offer etc. But there is one other thing that you need that may not show up on your business plan.