This is going to be a quick post about making continual improvements to build you business.
Highly productive solopreneurs are disciplined. They know that there is limited time in the day, and so they must take advantage of the time they do have to spend on their business.
They guard this time with fervor.
They have a plan on what they will do from the time they wake up to the time that they lay their head on their pillow.
In the morning, they do the plan again. And that is they key. They not only take the time to plan their day, but they execute their plan.
This means saying no to other plans. It means missing out on other things. This is called sccrifice.
What is the result of their plan? Let’s say that your plan includes revenue generating tasks. Then by the end of the week, you can assess your results by the leads and sales you made. You can directly equate your actions to your bottom line.
Here are four questions you can ask yourself about how you did this week:
- How many leads and sales did you make this week?
- What did you do right to get these results?
- Will you do the exact same things next week?
- What will you do to get more leads next week than you did this week?
As dynamic and agile business owners, we are in a constant state of change. If we are changing in the right direction, then we can hope with confidence that when we make improvements in the following week that our results will also improve.
So, I give you this bit of challenge to assess your week’s work base on the revenue you achieved. Now, that’s not all that you can base your week’s success on. It’s just one aspect of it.
No, go and prosper 😉