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Make a list of the blind spots or things that could go wrong with each decision. If you only think about what could go right, you will overlook the downside.
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You need to identify what matters the most to you to put a strategy together that fits your level of commitment and vision.
As your company grows, you will constantly replace yourself with others.
Working effectively with others will mean the difference between enjoying the process and desperately seeking a day job while hiding under your desk.
Rather than competing in games where you’re an underdog, find unexplored new markets in which you can win.
Before you act on a problem, you must first “process” what’s happening. The key to success at all levels of business is to know how to process issues:
List your tasks and skills. Make a list of all your tasks and skills and determine which ones you are good and bad at.
Instead of reacting emotionally to problems, use the Investment Time Return (ITR) formula to reach an objective conclusion.
A simple rule of business is that in order to get, you have to give. Most amateurs are experts at making demands. What they fail to do is offer value first. When you put yourself into the other party’s shoes and lead with how they will win and make money, it will be natural for them to give y...
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