Most entrepreneurs are guilty of one very big error.
They work too much and think too little.
I admire the work part, but unless you match it with sufficient time thinking, then you will just get exhausted and frustrated, not rich.
You need to allocate time each week to thinking.
Thinking about what? I suggest you focus on these two broad areas:
1. Where Is My Business Now?
Unless you’re clear about what’s truly happening in your business – what’s working and what’s not, you will never be able to radically improve it. Clarity is the first step on the path to excellence.
2. What Can I Do This Month To Improve That?
Not what can you do this year, or sometime in the future, that’s way too vague and it lets you off the hook. What tangible actions can you take in the next 30 days to move the company forward?
Now inside those 2 broad areas of questioning lie many other questions you can ask to really improve your business – and your own performance within it.
In this short video I take you through the 8 most powerful questions you can ask to transform your business. Check it out here.
I really recommend you set aside 30 minutes a week in your calendar purely dedicated to quiet reflection on these 8 questions.
After all, 30 minutes is almost no time at all – every business owner can spare that amount of time. Yet that one 30 minute period could change your business forever.
Just one new strategy that you conceive during that short time window could lead to a new product, a totally different direction for your business or an entirely new income stream.
But if you don’t spend consistent time thinking, and all you do is work, then you risk getting no breakthroughs at all and continuing on for years with very little change – and very little new wealth.
Check out the 8 questions that can transform your business here
– they could be a total game changer for you and your business.