Why do some succeed in a down, small-town, or rural market – insert your limitations here – while many others don’t? Maybe we’re really asking, “Who can I copy? What do I have to do to succeed?” Most likely someone in your community/market/situation is succeeding the way you’d like? But how?
I assume that not every business owner pops out of bed 100% ready and excited about hitting the field every single day. So what do you do on those occasions that you just aren’t sure you’re up to it that day? Here are some quick tips.
There’s nothing wrong with the desire for growth, expansion, and ambition. But if you think your happiness and success lie in the future you may just be frustrating yourself in the present.
“Just do your best” sounds like great advice, but what happens when we do our best and don’t get the results we want? Business is about delivering results, not effort, so what do you do when you don’t know what else to do?
We know it’s our actions that count, but we’re also constantly told that our why is more important than our what. Psychology research is telling us of the importance of Emotional Intelligence (EQ). But what part does EQ play in the intellectual game of business?