Massively successful firms seem to always be looking for that one small tweak in their firm that when fixed or changed, can actually make a significant difference in business. We call this the hunt for the 1%. In top firms that we work with, they are often doing so much right in their business operations, marketing and sales. In fact, you may say they are doing 99% of everything correct. And yet, you don’t see them settling;
There are definitive correlations between doing something different and taking potential risks, and finding more success. Have you counted the number of times you have gone outside of your comfort zone? Each day or week? Once, twice…or more?
If you go outside of your comfort zone and take even a small risk just one time per day would you be wasting time or making opportunities? What is the cost/benefit?
What would happen if in one day you decide to do something different than what you would usually do?
In today’s podcast, listen to the “Tropical Tycoon” Nely Galan as she shares her experiences of starting out as a first-generation immigrant from Cuba to becoming an award-winning producer, entrepreneur, and one of the most influential Latinas in the world.
Nely shares her story of how she started from the bottom of the heap to becoming the president of Telemundo, an American Spanish-language television network. She also talks about how she eventually delved in entrepreneurship,
Is your business similar to the talent questions in the NFL? The biggest question surrounding the NFL draft each year is whether the highly talented players will become high performing employees on their teams throughout their careers. There is some probability in predicting their success, but at the end of the day is it just a guess? How about in your business?
The key to the future of most firms is the people they hire.
Your bio should provide the inspiration that a prospect needs to contact you. It should have an interesting narrative about you – not just a laundry list of what you do. A simple test you can perform is to read over your existing bio. If you’re bored with it and gloss over the details, you can assume others will be doing the same. People will connect with you when you share something memorable about yourself and your background.