FIRST THINGS FIRST : Prioritizing Your Business Needs!
How do you start your day as a business leader? Every aspect of your entrepreneurial endeavor is absolutely necessary and certainly busy. Financial management is a mountain to conquer. But marketing is also its own giant. Maintaining current relationships is key – but so are door-opening opportunities to network potential clientele. Rather than juggling, take a more balanced approach using the tips below to manage all facets of constant operations.
Direct The Day - How you start often impacts how you will finish the day. Briefly review your task lists over a hot cup of medium-dark roast or chai. Asses 3 to 5 of your most critical tasks and allot a specified amount of time to address those areas. Next up. Get to it. Pat yourself on the back and mark off completed functions. Take another chug and move ahead.
Access The Process - Examine the daily techniques that make your company run. Are they inhibiting your effectiveness? Turn everything inside out from prospecting, sales cycles, client management, product enhancement, and awareness marketing. If it’s not working, replace the hemmed up cogs with faster moving vehicles in order to gain momentum. Out with it if progress is only being hindered.
Maintain Relationships - Remember people are the most valuable asset to your business’ success. Be mindful of your strategic partners, team members, implementers and clients. Invest 20-30 minutes out of your day in finessing your essential people groups. Send a thank you email, inquire about their families, or request input on a current project. When people know they matter the law of reciprocity will kick in and produce a return when you need them the most. Build up people and they will be integral in enlarging your territory.
In 2017, the primary goal is to be driven to obtain optimal success. So take hold of your day, develop enhanced processes, and be sure to esteem people as favorable to your prosperity. Commanding your day will bring you to prosperity month after month, and you’ll close out this year knowing you’ve exhausted every avenue for accomplishment. Need help leveraging these tips? Contact us and we can help!