A great way to save money when you own your own business is by learning how to take your own trash to the dump. However, this can often jeopardize the value of what you are creating. If you don’t have the expertise to do a job effectively, you must look at your time being worth more than your money. You’ll never get your time back, so it’s often worth it to value what you need and pay an expert price.
Don’t be the company who does it on your own and fails, get the right advice by figuring out who does what best and letting them do it. The Entrepreneurial Operating System can help you get a jump on your competition by making the conscious decision to be the hunted instead of the hunter.
Do you understand the power of no? Saying no allows you to prioritize what you and your team are focused on, which is a major factor in how successful your business can be.
Saying no can make or break how well you do in business. It is when we say no that we are also able to say yes to opportunities that may not have been possible unless you said no to something else. Jim Coyle discusses how saying no is a key factor of EOS, and how important it is to learn how to focus and make sure you ‘walk before you run’.
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Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg McKeown: https://www.amazon.ca/Essentialism-Disciplined-Pursuit-Greg-McKeown/dp/0804137382
Every business spends a lot of time setting goals, but do we really do an effective job of it? Today we discuss how by learning to take quarterly baby steps you can actually help your business progress even faster.
Listen in for tips on how to set goals that are challenging, but still achievable, by giving yourself a proper time frame, and how to maximize that success within your company. Because it is not about the goals you set, but how much time you give yourself to achieve your goals, which makes your goal realistic or not.
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When it comes down to it, no one uses your company because of what you do. We live in a competitive marketplace and there are plenty other people out there doing what you do. The important thing to focus on is how you do what you do. This is your secret sauce, your process, the thing that keeps people coming back.
Jim Coyle shares a story with us of one of his first ever clients, Pete. Through this story we can understand the necessity of implementing your secret sauce, and the importance of communication and consistency. Listen in to today’s episode to learn how to avoid quality control issues and make your business the best it can be with your own unique secret sauce.
RPRS is much like growing a garden. When you have the right people sitting in the right positions at your company, they are more likely to thrive and create a cohesive workspace. You must continue to nourish them and transplant them if necessary to help them to continue to grow. As leaders, we must look around and see which seat will make each person the most successful, which will only better your business. Listen to find out how EOS implementation can help you tackle RPRS and make your business stronger.
With insight from Hank O’Donnell at: https://blog.eosworldwide.com/blog/what-makes-thriving-business-wilt
Company culture is something that you hear a lot about, but is hard to define exactly. Jim helps us break down the broad concept of culture and really understand the need for a positive culture. As Peter Drucker famously said, culture eats strategy for breakfast. It is an increasingly important aspect of any business, and it impacts the way people feel about interacting with your brand. Jim discuss the importance of surrounding yourself with people who share the same values as you, and making sure that your employees care about the same things. Listen in as we discuss the top 5 ways to ensure you have a great culture on today’s episode.
Check out Traction by Gino Wickman: https://www.amazon.ca/Traction-Get-Grip-Your-Business/dp/1936661837
Is the blame game killing your business before you even know it? It is always difficult to own up to the fact that sometimes when you are the boss, you are also the problem. It is important to take ownership and not be afraid to ask for help. That’s where EOS – or the Entrepreneurial Operating System – comes in. Listen in for the 4 ways you can avoid the fallout from our culture of finger-pointing, and learn how an EOS specialist can help you get where you want your business to go in an positive and enlightening manner.
1) Take responsibility for your business
2) Don’t shoot the messenger
3) Cherish the vulnerability based trust that is necessary for any leadership team
4) Don’t become more likely to make more knee-jerk emotional reactions
Want to chat about how EOS can help you take back control of your business or get you to the next level? Find out more at Nexusbusiness.com