Results, Yesterday


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Not having enough time to take care of business isn’t your biggest problem. Neither is a lack of authority or decision making power.

The real issue is a lack of reliable results. Get your “results yesterday.” This quick payoff will be your reward for what you’re doing right, or how you’re getting it done. Don’t look now, but the faster our wired world moves the longer it takes other businesses to get their payoffs.

Few business people realize how simple it can be to achieve great results–not always easy, but simple. First identify and cultivate your business’ key moving parts. Then put them into positive motion with a simple process that’s built around easily acquired and proven business development tools. A process already being used by businesses like yours.

Stop reinventing the wheel. Discover and tap into the remarkable results your employees, team members, customers and stakeholders have already achieved. With this process in place, make good things happen:

1. Keep your eyes on the (bigger) prize and dedicate yourself to winning it, every working minute of every day
2. Correct your course when you lose focus on your company’s “One Thing”
3. Prepare the best employees to move into the lead on projects, and show the others the door
4. Make your new focus on stakeholders’ dreams, needs and agendas the foundation of your corporate culture
5. Identify the best person to make every decision; be confident enough to let them do it; and follow up to make sure it was the best decision
6. Consistently transform objections, hurdles and frustrations into opportunities–you might even learn to appreciate them!
7. Accept full ownership of every working minute, weeding out as many time wasters as possible

Got results?

Republished with author's permission from original post.

Carey Giudici
Betterwords for Business
Carey has a unique, high-energy approach to help small business owners, entrepreneurs and in-transition professionals make their Brand and content achieve superior results in the social media. He calls it "Ka-Ching Coaching" because the bottom line is always . . . your bottom line. He has developed marketing and training material for a Fortune 5 international corporation, a large public utility, the Embassy of Japan, the University of Washington, and many small businesses and entrepreneurs.


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