“The function of leadership is to produce more leaders, not more followers.”
~ Ralph Nader
Today I will present you with 3 more common obstacles (all of which happen to start with the letter “U”) to business growth. Mark any that might be affecting you and/or your business so you can improve them:
- Unwillingness to Spend Money – you can’t be a miser and succeed in business. Sure it worked for Ebenezer Scrooge for many years, but he was a miserable being. Businesses need investment of capital to grow and keep up with changing markets and technologies. Whether your own money or the bank’s money, be willing to spend.
- Unnecessary Stress – In the current business environment, it is easy to get stressed by constantly processing loads of information. Delegate tasks, avoid taking on more than you can handle, and build solid systems. Then every so often, take some time off. Even taking a walk around the block or gazing at fish in a tank can help you to unwind.
- Unhealthy Habits – It beats logic to become successful in business at the expense of your health. Treat yourself kindly. Exercise, eat healthy, get enough sleep, and allow yourself to have fun. Laugh, meditate, and do what you enjoy doing as long as it is good for your health.
[Training] How to DOUBLE Your Profits
Don’t you wish you could double your profits, and increase your income?
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The “trick” is to make tiny improvements to multiple areas of your business, at once…
Do that, and you’ll double your profits faster.
And I created this step-by-step training to show you how to do it right.
Today’s Question: A check for $7.2 million was issued on August 1, 1868 and was made payable to Edouard de Stoeckl, a Russian Minister. What was bought?
Previous Question: For hundreds of years, the coat of arms of the heir apparent to the throne of France featured what animal?
Previous Answer: A dolphin.
This is the origin of the title of Dauphin which was given to the heir apparent to the throne of France from 1350 to 1791, and from 1824 to 1830. The word is literally the French for dolphin, as a reference to the animal they bore on their flag.
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