After reading Part I of “The Shocking Truth About Habits Of Successful People,” you now know how successful people analyze what they are willing to pay in order to receive what they want.
If you haven’t read Part I, click here and do so first.
If you’ve ever done Landmark Forum Training, you’ve heard the saying, “If it’s to be, it’s up to me.” In the world of highly effective people, however, that’s not really the case when it comes to running a successful conscious business.
Success Habit: Delegation is a TOP key to making more money.
As a woman entrepreneur, you’ll want to focus only on tasks or events that are money-making activities. To know if what you are doing is actually making you money, consider if your activity can be leveraged more than once.
For example, such activities may include:
- Building relationships
- Educating yourself
- Partnership negotiations
- Product creation
- Facebook interaction
- Twitter messaging
- LinkedIn groups
These activities can be leveraged more than once and are considered tasks that an online business owner should pay attention to.
Handling the techie things on your blog is not a good use of your time.
Success Habit: Let go of people who are not cutting it in your company.
You’ve got to create a habit of hiring slow and firing fast. Far too many women CEOs are putting up with less-than-great contractors, employees, and managers supporting their business. It’s not that easy to find good people, but if you don’t make room for them, you definitely won’t find them.
You can click here to see the sources we’ve used to find our virtual support team and to learn about our screening process.
Success Habit: Every great leader has been influenced.
No one gets to the top alone—it’s fundamentally out of alignment with the laws of business and success, and it’s the part that you’ve been lied to about. You CAN’T do it ALONE.
There are two parts to this habitual strategy.
Part One: Your team is most important to your success. You are only as strong as your weakest link. Be good to your team. Have a goal to pay them well, treat them kindly, and develop a good relationship with them. Be there for them and know what’s important to them.
Part Two: Have a mentor and read books about the area you want to grow in. People who READ LEAD. People who invest the time and money in themselves find greater success than people who wing it. Stop winging your business and cut your time by studying with the best!
At the end of the day, you are just as qualified to be the BEST at something in life. There are a lot of people who would gratefully pay you for your time.
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