What is the difference between the engine of your business and profit maximizers? How do you move yourself up the ladder, and do what makes you the most money? On this episode we talk goal setting for the year ahead, and the questions we’re asking ourselves as we gear up for 2017.
When a goal is crystal clear in your mind, it releases the energy to pursue. -Matt Johnson
Takeaways + Tactics
Review your goals constantly and consistently, it gives you the energy to take massive action.
It’s important to feel the pain of not hitting goals, but equally important to celebrate milestones and feel the pleasure of achievement.
Ask yourself what the highest, most valuable and most leveraged use of your time is, and do more of that.
At the start of the show we talked about overcommitting, and how goal setting can help with clarity. We also shared on the importance of having an engine for your business, and how that connects to your lead gen pillars. We went on to talk about leveraging your time and skills more efficiently. Towards the show we talked about rewards and milestone celebrations.
We also shared on;
Make a list of things you don’t want to do, that don’t make you money and start cutting them out. -Matt Johnson
We don’t have a boss kicking us down but that also means we have no one patting us on our backs, and that can be lonely. -Matt Johnson
Clarity is an important factor in goal achievement, and that applies to lead gen and business planning. Figure out your one thing and optimize until you reach the point of diminishing returns. If you build a business around a core, predictable engine you also give yourself room for profit maximizers. Revisit goals regularly and remember to celebrate milestones.