Ep #072: Favorite Business Lessons Learned
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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.
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Resources Mentioned During the Episode:
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The Four Tendencies (this link takes you right to the quiz)
The Dan Sullivan Question (this link takes you right to a blog post explaining the “one question”)
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The next episode is episode #073 where I will break down my entire reverse goal setting process, step by step over the next few episodes.