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    « Capturing the Right Questions: A Plan | Main | Do you provide a service your customers can readily understand? »

    January 14, 2008

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    Cars and houses are not very cheap and not everybody can buy it. However, loan are created to support different people in such cases.

    Stephanie Diamond

    Hi FWB Gal, Thanks for the comment. If you end everyday by looking at the activites that brought in revenue and the percentage of time you spent on those vs. all others, you'd be amazed!

    Faux Wood Blinds Gal

    Your post did hit a raw nerve for any small business owner. Nothing hits you bigger at the end of the day when you ask yourself "what did I accomplish $$$ wise today". We often keep ourselves busy being busy not realizing what business is all about...great post.

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    Stephanie Diamond

    Hi Jay!
    Thanks for the great comment. Getting more of the right things done means that the small business owner needs to focus on people-centric activities. By that I mean they should determine what benefit will accrue to their customer and do that thing first.

    Jay Ehret

    Stephanie, you've touched the small business owner's raw nerve. Getting more of the right things done. It's a constant struggle between importance and urgency.

    In Getting Things Done, David Allen suggests making projects lists and next actions lists and then regularly reviewing them. At that point he says just trust your gut on what you should be doing next.

    Daniel Mcgonagle

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    say. :)

    Daniel Mcgonagle

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