How you work is even more important than how much you work. Remember that, before it's too late.
When you see changes that need to made in your organization, look at the people you're trying to influence before you decide how to influence them.
A new hire starts their career with an orientation and training program that teaches them all about the company culture, vision for the future, their plan to get there, and what they can and can’t expense when they travel. What no one ever thinks to teach them is how to run a successful meeting.
Some of the toughest decisions a business owner has to make involve where to devote the resources of time and money. Invest too little and you may miss out. Invest too much and you may run out.
Products formed from the experience of a single individual are only a perfect fit for that same individual. Opinions, taste, process, budget, timing, and dozens of other variables change for each person in each situation.
Working hard to make less is common with contractors of all types. Maybe it comes from fear, or lack of understanding around their customer journey. The truth is, it is easy to correct these mistakes and focus on the right kind of volume.
How to implement a hiring plan that protects your culture, your reputation, and your time.
When learning a new skill, the time and effort we put forth has a direct impact on how well we retain the knowledge. The more time and effort we apply, the more value our brain associates with that skill, and as a result it becomes easier to remember.