if you can get your ducks in a row early, then you have the time to take a summer vacation and really enjoy it without worrying or wondering about whether you’re hitting your goals.
Living in a digital age, it’s easy to bypass face-to-face meetings in favor of emails, voice mail, and other automation. For an introvert, this feels like heaven….but it doesn’t make for good business.
Are you using the ever-changing world of social media to your advantage? Social media is an excellent way to be social without the drain on an introvert’s comfort zone or energy.
Introverts and extroverts are polar opposites when it comes to relating to others. Each processes information in unique ways. One in three people is most likely introverted by nature.
Being an introvert or an extrovert isn’t what most people think. It’s not simply a matter of being outgoing or shy. Intro and extroversion describe how people get and give their energy.
Do you have a proven process? If yes, do you have a visual form of your proven process? And does 20% of the process drive 80% of your results? If you answered no to any of these questions, then you must listen to today’s episode as we dive into our proven process here at The Bottom Line.
When was the last time you took a day off? It’s every entrepreneur’s dream to have the freedom, flexibility, and discretion to take time off whenever they want. A lot of entrepreneurs want that freedom but they never get around to taking it.
Having goals in life is smart. It gives us something to shoot for and increases our chances of success. However, aiming too high and biting off more than you can chew are sure ways to end up abandoning your objective like joining the gym on Jan 2nd thinking you’ll be working out five times a week, but, alas, by Jan 21st, you barely darken the door.