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The Fastest Way to Regain Time In Your Schedule Each and Every Week

The Fastest Way to Regain Time In Your Schedule Each and Every Week

If there was only one “secret” you needed to know in order to regain more time in your week, would you want to know that one “secret?” Or, if there was one thing you needed to do that could literally open up hours of time in your schedule this week (and every week), would you want to know what that one thing was? Now, before I share with you that one thing, let me suggest that by not using this one “secret”[...]
Are You Fast Enough to Win?

Are You Fast Enough to Win?

Over the next few weeks, our entire world will be focused on and fascinated with the upcoming Olympics in Rio. People who don’t normally follow sports or care at all about track and field or swimming or soccer or rowing or diving or beach volleyball or gymnastics etc. will be tuning in on their TVs and reading their newspapers about these sports and their corresponding athletes over the next two months. The names of many of these athletes, whose names were[...]
Quarterly Reviews: The 5 Questions You Need to Ask Every 90 Days

Quarterly Reviews: The 5 Questions You Need to Ask Every 90 Days

As you enter these last few days of the quarter, how are you doing according to your plan? Are you ahead? Behind? Right on track? Not sure? Was the past quarter a great one? An average one? A poor one? Or a blur—as in, “We’re at the end of another quarter? How did that happen?” Well, regardless of where you are on that continuum, before you head into this next quarter—and before you create your plan for the next 90 days,[...]
How to Tweak Your Business Model to Make it More Scalable, Part 2

How to Tweak Your Business Model to Make it More Scalable, Part 2

As I discussed last week, if you want to build a more scalable and successful business, you have to have a scalable business model—which is why I introduced you to the WTG Business Model Canvas to help you develop a more scalable version of your business. If by chance you didn’t read last week’s post, make sure you read Part 1, before you continue on here with Part 2. Also, just as a reminder, one of the things I discussed in last week’s[...]
How to Tweak Your Business Model To Make It More Scalable, Part I

How to Tweak Your Business Model To Make It More Scalable, Part I

If you want to scale your business, your starting place should always be your business model. Why? Because your business model is the foundation for all scalability. Simply put, if your business model isn’t scalable, by definition, you can’t build a scalable business. For example, if your business is primarily dependent upon you and your efforts, by definition, your business can’t scale (i.e. you’re a limited resource with only so many hours available. If you can only handle ten clients at[...]