10/5/2021 Tip: Control Issues (& Final Webclass Reminder) | Growthink

10/5/2021 Tip: Control Issues (& Final Webclass Reminder)

Today’s Quote

“Doubt, of whatever kind, can be ended by action alone.”
~Thomas Carlyle

 

Today’s Tip

Today I will present you with 3 more common obstacles to business growth. Mark any that might be affecting you and/or your business so you can improve them:

  1. Procrastination – Procrastination is high among the top five time wasters. Creating deadlines is an effective way of preventing procrastination. Though it may feel restrictive or even stressful, having a deadline can activate your brain and infuse new thoughts and ideas.
  2. Monotony – It pays to try out something new once in a while. There is always a new instructional video with a different method from the textbook methods learned in school. Doing something differently offers you the necessary relief from the routine and repetition that is common in many businesses.
  3. Control Issues – Sometimes the tiny voice in your head may urge you not to give up control, so you end up micromanaging everything. It is important to have faith in the people you hire. Hiring qualified people for your business helps you to focus on specific tasks and minimizes your chances of overworking yourself.

 

Today’s Resource

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Trivia

Today’s Question: The magnificent Ishtar Gate constructed around 575 BC served as one of the entrances to what ancient city?

Previous Question: The ruins of a large complex of shops near the Colosseum that have been called the world’s oldest shopping mall is named for which Roman emperor?

Previous Answer: Trajan.

Trajan’s Market was probably built in 100-110 AD by Apollodorus of Damascus. The arcades in Trajan’s Market are now believed by many to be administrative offices for Emperor Trajan. The shops and apartments were built in a multi-level structure, and it is still possible to visit several of the levels.

 

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