Key to developing positive pressure in your business is basing your decisions on long-term thinking. The challenge with long term thinking is that it requires creative energy and an outside-the-box approach.
It requires a commitment to high energy.
Your level of thinking is just as important as what you do. If your goal is massive, then your business will become massive, but if you think small then that’s where you’ll stay.
You need to be thinking about how you can be in the top 1% in your industry.
How can you make the competition irrelevant?
How can you be the benchmark?
What are you doing consistently right?
What are you doing wrong, and what are you doing about this?
For the past few weeks we have been looking at grit and resilience and how to push through. And we have learnt the following:
• As a business leader are you in maintenance mode or growth mode?
• Every choice you make in your business must conform to your strategic plans for sales and marketing, operations and finance.
• Just as important as using your plan to guide your decisions and growth is having a plan B for everything you do.
• The only way to break through when things get touch is to apply pressure.
Power to you this week.
Stefan Kazakis on 5 May 2018
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