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3 Methods to Productivity

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Do you feel like you’re constantly busy but rarely getting things accomplished?

Do you feel like your routine has become dull?

Don’t be busy, be productive.

Here are three methods I use that help me stay on track:

 

>> No. 1 Using Online Tools

Technology, or as I like to call them ‘Online Tools’ have honestly been a lifesaver for me!

 

Although manual tasks done by real people can be apart of your business, I’m all for using online tools when it makes sense.

 

Having online tools have helped me stay organized, save time and scale my business.

 

Have you seen my post about picking tools that work for you?

 

If not, click here  to read “A System About Picking A System.”

 

Here are a few tools that I use in my own business systems that have helped take my business to the next level:

 

Google Drive

Google Drive is an easy way to save all your files into one place. You can get access to photos, videos, files and more.

 

Infusionsoft

Infusionsoft is an effective way to offer e-mail marketing, marketing automation and build customer relationships.

 

Leadpages

Leadpages helps you with lead generation and collect email subscribers. It’s a great tool to help you grow your business.

 

Trello

I’m all about systems (which I’m sure you already know!) Trello has been the key to my organization throughout the years.

 

Without systems in place, you have to work twice as hard to make twice the revenue.

 

Let’s be real, you don’t have the time for that (because who does?)

 

Using online tools, or systems, will save you time and automate your business.

 

>> No. 2 Limit Time You Spend on Tasks

Tracking the amount of time you spend on certain tasks could put into perspective activities you can cut out of your day.

 

Sometimes we spend too much time on the wrong things and not enough time on the right things.

 

I like to follow the “do, ditch, delegate” rule.

 

If you haven’t seen my post about the ADDA rule, click here. 

What you don’t do is equally as valuable as what you spend your time doing.

 

Another tip: if the task only takes you a few minutes to complete get it out of the way, instead of saving it for later.

 

>> No. 3 Set Goals 

When it comes your business, the first thing you should think about is what goals you wish to accomplish in the future- whether it be over the next month, year or even five years.

 

Having a vision, setting short-term (and long-term) goals and staying focused will help you stay on track to build a successful business.

 

Actions follow thoughts. If you’re thoughts are productive, inspirational and focused then you’re on the right track to accomplishing your goals.

 

Short-term goals will encourage you to stay on track to meet target deadlines.

 

Being able to check off little goals on the way to accomplishing larger ones will help maintain productivity.

 

I like to take my annual goal and divide it into quarters and then months to track it.

 

Here are my favorite online tools:

3 WORDS: Read These Books (but, only if you want a better business)

Reading is one of my favorite hobbies. I’m not going to lie, sometimes it’s romance novels but a lot of the time it’s business books.

 

Even when I’m not working IN my business, I’m working ON my business techniques, strategies and overall knowledge.

 

Reading books is a way to learn that is not only affordable, but is also essential to running a great business.

 

My theory is if you ever want to get inside someone’s brain READ THEIR BOOK. Authors put their heart and souls in their books.

 

I’ve written three books – two are what I would call “mini books” and the other one is a big book. It’s called “The Boss in Bunny Slippers: A Woman’s Guide to Virtual Leadership.”

 


Intelligence will never stop being beautiful, knowledge is power.
-author, unknown


 

 
Keep reading to find out 4 ways reading books will help your business. I even give you a few of my own favorite books (with no affiliate links.)

 

>> No. 1: ENHANCES YOUR MINDSET

 

A crucial part of becoming successful has to do with your mindset.

I’m sure you’ve heard “what you think, you become,” and I fully believe that having a positive mindset will increase your success in the long run.

Reminder: Confidence is key.

When it comes to your mindset you should be:

 

  • A risk taker
  • Creative
  • Persistent
  • Have vision
  • A leader

Actions follow thoughts. If you’re thoughts are productive, inspirational and focused then you’re on the right track to accomplishing your goals.

My favorite book about personal development and self-improvement is Think and Grow Rich.

Dreams don’t work, unless you do. . . Read it and thank me later 😉

Another book that helps you get your money mindset up to par is Get Rich, Lucky Bee (Bee is short for another word but I’ll let you figure that out).

I can’t begin to tell you how important this book was in my life. I have my private clients read it when I get the first inkling that there are money mindset issues going on in their beautiful brains.

>> No. 2: MAKE YOUR SYSTEMS + OPERATIONS MORE EFFICIENT (and effective)

 

As a systems agent, there’s one thing you have to know: I am obsessed with all things business systems. I’m a systems thinker and love technology, but I understand that not everyone loves systems and technology as much as me.

 

When it comes to your business, I can’t stress enough how important it is to have systems and great operations in place.

 

If you’re not documenting repeatable systems, then you’re wasting tons of your own valuable time.

 

The #1 problem with a lot of businesses these days is that they lack proper systems.   

 

And…without proper systems, your business results are inconsistent. This is why I’m obsessed with my signature offering which is doing “done for you” business maps for my clients.

 

Systems…

  1. Automate your business
  2. Make you more profit
  3. Save you time
  4. Confirm you’re getting (the right) things done

 

My three favorite Systems & Operations books are:

 

eMyth (dispels the myths surrounding starting your own business)

 

Double Double (a growth-focused approach)

 

Essentialism  (getting more done in less time)

 

I also have an online Course about Systems to Sell you can check out if you are ready to put a system around your sales process and make more money in less time.

 

 


>> No. 3: UNDERSTANDING THE ENTREPRENEURSHIP JOURNEY

 

Call me crazy but…I believe you can have it all and be a profitable entrepreneur without sacrificing what’s important.

 

As an entrepreneur, your #1 role is to hold the vision for your company. You must prioritize working on your business to working in your business.

 

I’ve worked with several women entrepreneurs over the years. If you’re like most entrepreneurs, you get more stressed on vacation than not because when you’re not working, nothing happens.

 

Entrepreneurs tend to have thousands of ideas running through their heads daily. (I know I do).

 

By narrowing down a focus and establishing core values you can help organize those thoughts into relevant/irrelevant objectives.

 

Here are two books about entrepreneurship that have helped me along the way:

 

Four Hour Work Week (living more and working less)

 

$100 Start Up (how to work with purpose)

 

>> No. 4: BECOMING A SALES AND MARKETING EXPERT

Without sales and marketing, you don’t have much of a business. It takes being visible and transacting for your future customers to know who you are, what you sell and how to transact with you.

 

But…are you spending too much time (and money) marketing your business?

 

Your Marketing System is the catalyst to your business. It drives visibility which leads to people knowing who you are and buying what you are selling.

 

I find entrepreneurs aren’t using a consistent marketing strategy that operates as a tried-and-true trusted system.

 

Over the years, I’ve realized that my revenue (and my clients’ revenue) correlates with exactly what my calendar looks like.

 

The more time you allocate to serving your ideal clients, prospecting for new clients and doing strategic marketing, the more money you make.

 

Marketing done right is:

  • Simple and consistent (because it works)
  • Supports what you are naturally good at doing
  • Doesn’t feel like a “chore” (because you like to do it)
  • Is a balance between online, social media and in-person

 

There’s no need to complicate your marketing efforts.

 

Stick with one marketing strategy in each area of In-Person, Online and Social Media to maximize your time.

 

Done right your ideal customers will just “see you everywhere.”

 

Besides hitting your metrics, that’s another hint that you have a winning Marketing System. You can download my FREE (yes, FREE!) 30-minute marketing system HERE.

 

Once you find your customized Marketing System, put it on rinse-and-repeat and focus on locking down your customized Sales System.

 

These books will tremendously help your sales and marketing strategies:

 

Vlog like a Boss (complete guide to video blogging)

 

Book Yourself Solid (tips to getting more clients than you can handle)

 

Launch (just like the book says…learn how to launch your products + services)

 

Invisible Machine (automated email campaigns)

 

I have read (and re-read) all of these books that I recommended. I’m so thankful for the experts that put out great books and spill their guts with all the information that entrepreneurs need to know.

 

In summary, here’s all the great resources I mention:

 

 

5 Steps to Create Your Signature Framework for Your Business Foundation

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Do you want to stand out from your competition?
 
Having a signature framework differentiates you from everyone else. It becomes what you teach, how you deliver what you sell and what you speak about in your marketing.
 
Create it, name it, brand it and own it.
 
Some call it a framework, some call it a methodology and some call it a process. It doesn’t matter what you want to call it, just create it & live and breathe it.
 
This is something that is so simple but *almost* always overlooked.
Here are 5 tips to creating your own Signature Framework:

1. Set a Goal/Strategy to Share Your Signature Framework with Your Ideal Customer

When it comes your business, the first thing you should think about is what goals you wish to accomplish in the future- whether it be over the next month, year or even five years.
 
Having a vision, setting short-term (and long-term) goals and staying focused will help you stay on track to build a successful business.
 
Think about your ambitions, objectives and the direction you want your company to go. Try to make your list of goals as specific as possible.
 
REMEMBER: Little wins yield big results.
(Don’t forget to celebrate your small successes just as much as you would celebrate the big ones.)
 
Trying to figure out what goals you want to achieve?
Read my previous blog post about ‘The Secret of Being a Goal Getter.’
  1.  Establish your company’s core mission before creating your Signature Framework.

Your mission statement is your chance to define your company and express its purpose, while determining your direction and vision.
 
It’s important to know what must-have qualities you look for in any new team member (contractor or employee). Understanding your company’s core mission will help you to make streamlined hiring decisions!
Establishing your mission and core values will make your business more structured, as well as help it grow in the future. Without it, your business will lack clarity and the overall productivity of your business team could suffer.
Values are crucial in your daily life, whether they are professional or personal. (Most of the time they go hand in hand).
When you’re creating your mission statement, you should answer these questions:
  • Who is your company?
  • What do you do? Why do you do it?
  • Who are your customers?
  • What are your core values?
  • How do you differ from the competition?
Once you’ve established your mission statement and core values you need to remember to follow them and be ready to make your business decisions based on them.
Ready to pick your mission and core values?
Read my previous blog post about ‘3 Steps to Figure Out Exactly What You Stand for in Your Business’
  1.  Know the #1 Issue Your Customer Faces

Policies are valuable because they create a foundation for your company, while holding your employees to a higher standard.
 
When you’re writing your policies, categories to think about are:
  • Safety & Security
  • Work hours/Schedules
  • Pay/Benefits
  • Vacation
  • Standards of Conduct
 
Once you’ve established which policies you’re going to mention, it’s important to come up with the appropriate consequences if broken.
 
Having a clear termination policy removes any chances for confusion. Make sure you explain what behaviors are unacceptable and will lead to termination.
Want more tips on policies and procedures?
Read my blog post about “3 Reasons to Get Your Business Knowledge Out of Your Head and On Paper.”
  1. Know the #1 Transformation You Provide to Fix Your Customer’s #1 Issue

We’ve all fell victim of poor customer service. It’s a nightmare!
 
Most of the time when you have terrible customer service, it leaves a bad thought in your mind about the company that is hard to erase.
 
You NEVER want to leave that impression on a customer.
 
Creating a trusting relationship with your customers is the most valuable thing you could do when it comes to your business.
 
You can get ahead of the competition by providing excellent customer service.
 
No matter how hard you try to avoid problems within your business, some situations are inevitable. It’s extremely important on how you deal with these situations, it could even make or break a customer from returning.
 
Flexibility is equally important.
 
If you can show clients that you are willing to personalize your service to meet their unique needs, they will be more likely to return.
 
Customers want to know that they are being heard and understood. If a customer feels that they can voice their opinions, concerns and complaints and feel as if you handle the situation properly and with respect,  they will be more likely to continue business with you.
 
If there is a problem, ALWAYS handle it in a professional manner (no matter how frustrating some ‘problems’ may be).
 
When you handle complaints with respect and go out of your way to fix the problem, you gain the customers trust.
 
Tip: Follow up with customers.
 
If there is ever a complaint, be sure to follow up with customers after a few days to make sure the problem is solved.
 
Following up will show you were thinking about them and that their problems mattered to you.
For more customer tips, check out my ‘Troublesome Customer’ blog post.
  1. Create the Steps to Get Your Customer from Issue to Transformation

Having an outline for your business will align you with the steps you need to accomplish to get from start to finish.
 
When it comes to creating your steps, you should take time to define your purpose and analyze your business.
 
Having a framework allows you to measure your current staffs value to the company, as well as make informed decisions.
 
For example… When I create a business foundation map for a client I use my 5 step strategy framework.
 
This means I deep dive into each area to complete their entire business model and find areas to optimize their time, make more profit and save money in their business
 
  1. Company Culture
  2. Visibility
  3. Transactions
  4. Delivery
  5. Dream Team
 
Everything I do and assess and everyone’s business model for their business map fits into one of these five areas.
 
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3 Reasons to Get Your Business Knowledge Out of Your Head and On Paper

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Do you feel like your constantly backtracking?

Are you building your business as you go and can never take the time to step back to build your foundation?

You don’t have the time to go backwards.

 

I’ve worked with several women entrepreneurs over the years.

 

Most of them run their business the best they can, but are not moving forward.

 

Being stuck in a rut can be tough on you and your business. (Trust me, I’ve been there).

 

* The secret to a growing company is to get your knowledge out of your head and put on paper. *

 

 

Having an Operations Manual of all your knowledge and strategies will help your company grow.

 

Your company is bigger than you.

 

You have team members, vendor partners, customers, and it’s unnecessary to waste your time explaining how you run your business over and over again.
Here’s 3 reasons you NEED to get your business knowledge written down:

 

1. It Saves You Time

 

Do you feel like you’re always pressed for time?

 

If so, check out my previous post here about time blocking.

 

Scheduling your time is important.

 

Having an Operations Manual is equally important.

 

Why?
An Operations Manual knocks off your wasted time answering basic questions so that you have more opportunity to work on new business endeavors instead of repeating the same ones over and over again.

 

Creating an Ops Manual takes a bit of time in the beginning, but the amount of time you save once it’s written is worth it.

 

2. Makes Your Business Scalable

 

I think we’ve all heard the saying “if you want something done right, do it yourself.”

That may be true for certain things, but that is not logical for a business.
As your business grows, you may decide to setup in different locations where employees will be duplicating your methods.

 

By giving your employees how-to guides, checklists, policies and other specific instructions to follow, it will create consistency within your business operations.

 

Your business can’t become scalable if you try to take on everything yourself.
Now your team members don’t have to guess how you want things done, they can refer back to your instructions each time.

 

Wondering what comes in a Business Map?

 

Click here to see what business processes are being documented in your Map.

 

3. You Create A Clear Business Strategy

 

Think about it. . .

 

When was the last time you sat down and mapped out your entire business plan?

Sometimes we get so busy that we forget about the foundation of our business.

 

A strong foundation is necessary to grow a successful business.

 

Imagine going to bed at night and being able to let go of the stress of holding every part of your business together with your own willpower.

 

As an entrepreneur, your #1 role is to hold the vision for your company. You must prioritize working on your business to working in your business.

Having a clear business strategy will provide growth, competitive advantages and give you a unique twist that others do not have.

Customers who have a positive experience are more likely to be repeat customers.

Now that you know what to do, what’s stopping you?

 

Are you ready to get your business knowledge out of your head and put on paper?

Do you want your Operations Manual is done right the first time?

If so, let’s chat.

 

CLICK HERE and schedule your consultation so we can talk about the impact an Operations Manual can do for you!

Why Does Everyone Choose a Word of the Year (and why you should, too)

Take a moment to reflect on your business endeavors this past year.

Were you too busy working IN your business to work ON your business?

Were you constantly overwhelmed with your mile long to-do list?

If you could pick one word to describe your upcoming year, what would it be?

 

Picking a Word of the Year helps you stay focused, on track and holds you accountable to the #1 thing that is the most important priority in your life this year. It’s all about you going into this year with intention.

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5 Signs That You May Have a Troublesome Customer in Your Future

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Your customers are your pride and joy. And **most** of them are ah-ma-zing, right?

But we get tested when it comes to making money. I’m consistently being tested to remind myself…


Not all money is good money.

It’s okay to be picky when choosing your next customer. I know what you are thinking….but, Terra…I don’t want to turn away paying customers.

Trust me…knowing some warning signs will save you time, stress and money in the future.

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Four Words CEOs Ask Themselves Daily (that you can use, too)

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Do you take on too many responsibilities?

Do you have awesome ideas, but never have the time to follow through with them?

I’ve found this simple workflow can tremendously save you time.

Be an ” ADDA” girl.

 

 

ACT

 

Take a look at your to-do list and priortize what tasks are most important.

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How To Create The Perfect Work-Life Balance

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Do you feel yourself being pulled in a million directions?

Are you constantly saying ‘there’s not enough time in the day?’

Are you wondering how to juggle a full-time job AND spending time with family?

The answer is balance.

 

The key is time blocking both work and personal activities.

 

Putting boundaries around myself but still being accessible to those I’m meant to serve.

 

What feels like balance to me is personal, just like it is for you.

 

As for me:

 

  • I love business, and love my husband and kids, too
  • I honor money, and not enough to keep it to myself
  • I live to travel, and love to come home
  • I am a deep thinker, and a quick action taker
  • I work online and make sure I connect offline…often
  • I evaluate using my head and execute based on my gut
  • I schedule work, play and downtime in my week

 

As far as I am concerned, the only thing that shouldn’t
balance in your business is your revenue and expenses.

 

You definitely want MORE revenue than expenses, which equals more PROFIT (yay!).

 

TIME BLOCKING: An effective strategy for using time wisely
to achieve greater productivity and eliminate distractions.

 

I have time blocked to:

    • serve paying clients
    • help women connect with each other
    • create products
    • disconnect for self-care
    • spend quality moments with my family and friends.

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I believe we need to work with time, not against it.

 

Time moves forward.

 

If we keep looking over our shoulders, grieving the past, or if we keep fighting what is, time will feel like an enemy.

 

To befriend time, we have to go with its flow and move, forward.

 

That’s what I want for you and can help you achieve: forward movement.

 

I’ve found that my revenue (and my clients’ revenue) correlates with exactly what my calendar looks like.

 

The more time you allocate to serving your ideal clients, prospecting for new clients and doing strategic marketing, the more money you make.

 

Making money isn’t hard…it’s doing the same things over and over again and being consistent about the important tasks at hand.

 

It’s time for you to get off the struggling path that is turning you in circles and stopping you from getting the results you want.

 

I can help you get farther faster and make more money along the way.

 

Here are time blocking tips that have helped me:

 

Schedule Downtime           

 

Do you pack your schedule full and constantly feel overwhelmed?

 

Give yourself some time to recharge throughout the day.

 

Once a week I plan an activity with my children or a date night with my husband.

 

Having something to look forward to gives you an incentive to manage your time more wisely.

 

Prioritize Your Tasks

 

Sometimes, the biggest problem is spending too much time on the WRONG tasks.

 

If it does not add value to your personal life or your work life, minimize the time you spend on it.

 

Limiting the time we spend on little tasks could make all the difference.

 

Value you your time and other people will do the same.

 

Managing Technology

 

Use technology to your advantage.

 

Sometimes we spend too much time on tasks that could easily be solved through technology.

 

For example, scheduling posts for a set time is one less thing you have to manually do.

 

E-mail, text messages and voicemails are all great ways to get in contact with clients and customers.

 

But, don’t let technology take over your life.

 

I have a stopping point each day that I turn off my technology and spend time with my family.

 

Make yourself reachable to your team but not too available.

 

Are you struggling with your work-life balance?

 

If so, CLICK HERE to download my free
worksheet to help get your schedule on track

 

 

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How to Bundle Your Services to Sell for Maximum Profit by Creating Your Signature Package

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Are you having trouble selling your services?

 

Maybe it’s because you have so many services that it overwhelms your potential customer.

 

Trust me…a confused customer never buys anything.

 

If this sounds familiar you may just need to change the way you sell your services.

 

Instead of presenting all of your individual
services at once, consider how you can package up
your best services as a single product offering.

 

Here’s 3 steps to package your services for maximum profit:

 

  1. ESTABLISH YOUR SIGNATURE PACKAGE

 

It’s important to have a signature package that includes your best-of-class services included.

 

First, clarify who will be buying your signature package.

 

Follow that by a gut check to make sure that what you have in mind actually is something your customer wants and needs.

 

Write out a document that explains your signature package in detail that you can give to your potential customer.

 

I’ve done the hard work for you. You can DOWNLOAD my free cheat sheet on what to include in your own Signature Package Overview

 

 

  1. PRICE FOR PROFIT

 

Pricing. Oh pricing…that is a whole separate blog post.

 

I usually dig into value pricing when I’m working with my private clients, but it is very customized to a specific business model.

 

But to quickly price your new Signature Package for profit, simply add up all the prices of your separate services that you want to include in your package.

 

Contrast that amount by calculating the number hours you’ll spend delivering your Signature Package and multiply it by an hourly rate that feels right to you.

 

Take that price and add in any other costs you’ll incur (and mark up those costs by 25%.)

 

For Example:

 

I’m including 3 services into my package that add up $900 a month plus doing bi-weekly status meetings.

 

I calculate that I will spend 10 hours a month delivering my package plus 2 hours on status meetings which equals 12 hours a month.

 

If my fair hourly rate is $100 an hour. That equals $1,200.

 

To deliver my Signature Package, I’ll need to pay $20 a month for a tool that I’ll have to use. I’ll take that $20 + 25% = $25 to help cover my costs.

My Signature Package would be priced at $1,225 a month.

 

Your Signature Package should include something that people can’t just “buy” easily or include something that isn’t on your current menu of services.

 

Insider Tip: Set yourself apart from the competition by giving
your signature package a unique twist that others don’t have.

 

  1. FOCUS ON SELLING YOUR SIGNATURE PACKAGE FIRST

 

Now that you know who you are going to sell to, what you are going to sell & how much you are going to sell it for…focus on selling your Signature Package first.

 

It’s a lot easier to create a sales system for a single Signature Package over and over again…rather than trying to sell a ton of different services to different people.

 

You can always down sell someone into a less expensive, single service if your Signature Package is not the right fit, but start with the package first.

 

 

Now that you have the 3-steps to package your services for profit, it’s time to put it all to paper so you haves something to show your future customers as a single document.

 

I like to call this your Signature Package Overview.

 

You can use the same language on your website, too.

 

Want to know how to create your own
Signature Package overview to give you prospective customers?

 

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3 Steps to Figure Out Exactly What You Stand for in Your Business


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Values are important in your daily life, whether they are professional or personal.

Let’s face it…most of the time they go hand in hand.

 

Establishing core values in your business will make your business more structured as well as help it grow in the future.

 

Without core values your business will lack clarity and the overall productivity of your business team could suffer.

 

Don’t panic! I’m here to help.

 

I’ve even included a handy-dandy worksheet for you to make it easier to determine your own core values.

 

Here are 3 easy steps to help you establish your core values:

 

  1. BRAINSTORM & EVAULATE

 

Take out a piece of paper or use this freebie worksheet to write down a few values that you find important (make a list of 20-30).

 

 

Analyze each word you wrote down and try to find an underlying value.

 

Feel free to add your own words, too. This is all about finding all those words that you stand for.

 

INSIDER TIP: What typically happens is that your big list of words starts to have a common theme. You can then pick the one word that best describes that common theme.

 

  1. CHOOSE YOUR TOP 5 WORDS

 

These words should mean everything to you, the CEO of your company.

 

They are the words you stand for personally and within your business. The words should be embedded as your company culture.

 

  1. COMMUNICATE & STAND BY YOUR CORE VALUES

Share your core values with anyone who will listen. That includes your team members, customers, potential customers & vendor partners.

 

Once you’ve established your core values you need to remember to follow them and be ready to make your business decisions based on them.

 

If something pops up that doesn’t align with your core values, you shouldn’t take a chance on it.

 

(How’s that for a decision making system!)

 

Entrepreneurs tend to have thousands of ideas running through their heads daily.

 

I know I do.

 

By narrowing down a focus and establishing core values you can help organize those thoughts into relevant/irrelevant objectives.

 

Don’t assume your team members know what’s inside of that beautiful brain of yours. Instead…stop the guesswork and share your top 5 core values with them immediately.

 

Think of your new core values as a guide to how your company behaves and how you make choices from now on.

 

You’ll find that, with these new values, decision making just got easier.

 

 




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