Your priorities each day are to fill your business pipeline and convert pipeline potential into actual business. If you're spending your days on blog posts, newsletters, social media, software backups, and surfing, you're probably very busy but not very productive.
People claim there are no perpetual motion machines, and that the law of entropy requires gradual decline into disorder. Well, I have a news break for you: Bureaucracies exist mainly to perpetuate themselves and have become highly adept in so
There is no "perfect time" to do something. If it's important, simply do it. Don't get involved in elaborate plans, stay light on your feet, and make changes as you proceed. I believe that's called "agility." The sarcastic statement is about
Stop kidding yourself. If you're not actively in front of buyers—whether existing ones, past ones, or new ones—you're not going to build your business. No amount of blogging, newsletters, software updates, association meetings, or home study is going to change
Penn State's football team remained undefeated yesterday when, in the final seconds, a Michigan State receiver dropped a touchdown pass. His teammates consoled him and rallied around him. It's only a damn game. You need to "rally" when you don't make