Every entrepreneur wants to work on their businesses, but not in their business. To do that, to not make a job out of your business, you need to pay attention to all the things you can automate and after that, to all the things you can delegate. What is left is up to you to do. We all know that when we're starting a business, we are doing most of the things ourselves. But if you keep that in mind, you will map your processes and be able to automate what you can and delegate the rest. That way, you avoid becoming a hostage of your own enterprise.
Do you ask for reviews for your business? No? Well, here is why you should.
Did your client just complimented your business? And you only said thanks without asking for a review or a Google Review? Wait, you are missing a huge opportunity of turning that compliment into a 5-star Google Review or another form Review. According to BrightLocal 68% of consumers left a review for a business after being asked to do so. So, don't ever lose the opportunity of turning a spontaneous compliment into a Review for your business.
Do you ask for reviews for your business? All at once? Be careful! Here is a method you can use to have reviews that count on Search Engines such as Google.
Want some Support from people? This is how to get it: Minimal Viable Action American Cancer Society wanted to try ways of persuading people to donate, and here is what they discovered. And how about you? Are you having trouble asking people for support?
Relax and let the Subconscious Solve the Problem In this video, I’m sharing a personal story to help you understand how you can let your subconscious mind do the work. It can solve difficult problems for you without overcharging your frontal lobe. Watch this video and let us know in the comments what has been working for you!
The Ringlemann Effect, or the “free rider problem” as it’s more commonly known, is serious and pervasive. The observation that in large groups people tend to contribute less, rather than more, has been confirmed in almost 80 additional studies. People are unlikely to pull their weight when: They feel their work has little intrinsic meaning or value (e.g., washing dishes); The value of their own contribution is indistinct (“If I wait long enough, someone else will volunteer to do it.”); Their team doesn’t feel like a real community (“Why should I wash dishes for my family if they don’t support me in other endeavors?”). So, how to make your team contribute after learning about the Ringelmann Effect?
If you are having some difficulties with a new Strategy or implementing some changes in products and services, you need to watch this video. Sometimes the obvious is right below our eyes, make it simple. Don’t forget your fans and ask good questions by using Active Inquiry! Have you ever bounced back the same way as the New York Islanders Hockey Team did?
Before making decisions based on a mood swing, carefully observe from another perspective. My father’s advice “Think of what a smart boy would do” is actually great advice. When you’re feeling confused on what to do next, change perspectives and act accordingly.
How do you up-skill yourself and your team? Learning is an important necessity in business, and because of that in this video we are suggesting two major online platforms for you. You can research free online courses and even purchase a plan for your business learning needs. Check Edx and Coursera: https://edx.org https://business.edx.org/ https://www.coursera.org https://www.coursera.org/business
What are the two important points in high performance teams? Want to discover? Watch the full video.
That raising wages would be a good choice, but more money compared to what? Sara J. Solnick and David Hemenway interviewed several Harvard students questioning if they rather earn more money, but less amount when compared to their peers. Over 50% would rather have less money but more than their peers. So, it’s not about how much are you paying your employees, is about how much they earn compared to their peers. It's about fairness. How about you, are you paying your staff a fair wage? _
Accomplish your goals by applying what you learn with intentionality. McKinsey 3x3 is a framework that encourages us to define 3 goals over 3 months/weeks, having support from 3 people that will hold us accountable. That way we can develop our goals and really put into practice what we’ve learned.
State your Strategic Intent How important it is to make a clear and simple statement that guide your team to success? Hear the story of John Buford on following a Statement of Strategic Intent and how it became the Battle of Gettysburg, giving the Federals a much-needed victory, defeating Robert E. Lee. What about your Strategic Intent? Do you have one? Follow the channel for more insightful knowledge. P.S: Here are some more references for you to study: https://civilwartalk.com/threads/was-george-meade-the-best-man-to-command-the-army-of-the-potomac.155150/ https://emergingcivilwar.com/2015/06/30/an-enduring-controversy-the-pipe-creek-circular-and-the-battle-of-gettysburg/
Henri Fayol was an engineer who worked in the mining industry. He observed how long and inefficient was problem-solution using the usual lines of command and communication. From that he developed what it’s called Fayol’s bridge, a way to speed things up, silo bust, and solve problems at the bottom. So, this is something similar to the Two-in-a-box video we posted before, but this time down the line. What if you established a bridge between different departments to get things done faster? How does that sounds?
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