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Okay, back to our episode show notes. This episode is all about how applying a few key lessons transformed how I operate my business and I'm sharing those lessons with you.
Here are some highlights:
Here is quick overview of each lesson from each book. Make sure to listen to the episode to hear how I applied it and what it means.
Lesson #1: Your system and processes cannot be reliant on only you! From EMyth Revisted by Michael Gerber
Lesson #2: Learn your tendency to hold yourself accountable. From The Four Tendencies by Gretchen Rubin
Lesson #3: The one question I used to structure my sales meetings (non-referred prospects) when I was first starting out. From The Dan Sullivan Question
Lesson #4: Why you should throw away the picture once you make a decision. From Feel the Fear... And Do it Anyway by Susan Jeffers
Lesson #5: Get a specialized handle on your business finances and understand Parkinson's Law. From Profit First by Mike Michalowicz.
Once you listened to my answers, then hop into the Referrals Without Asking Facebook group and let me know your thoughts on this episode and the "business book" lessons I shared. Let's get the conversation started!
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