Nov 25, 2015
Welcome! Today is Part 2 in a series that will run through mid-December. We are discussing the Four Questions to ask ourselves personally and professionally to prepare ourselves for a successful 2016.
Last week’s question was: What is working right now and how do we do more of it?
Today’s question is my favorite one, and it has provided more value to me than any other: What is not working, and how do I get rid of it (or make it work)?
I hope you’ll use this question, along with the others, to your benefit in your personal and professional life. The questions will help you make assessments and needed adjustments to maximize productivity and value in your life!
Listener Question of the Week: Hey, Jim! I just got back from a deer-hunting trip with one of my best customers who invited me to go with him and some other vendors. The message was sent that I could go on a lot more of these trips if I could give them a better price. What do you think about that?
Quote of the Week: “Nobody is going to buy from you because you have a quota to meet.”—from Bob Burg, author of The Go Giver