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Daily Routines: Scheduling Yourself For Success – Episode 2 – Part 1


 Do you operate from a daily to do list? Do you do the things that the most successful people in the world regularly do to achieve success? In this episode business coach Clay Clark discusses the importance of a to do list in your business with sales executive Bryan Smith.  Clay Clark is the former Small Business Administration Entrepreneur of the Year  and has extraordinary insight into the diligence of executing and getting things done. If you want to achieve the same level of productivity is the most successful people in the world, you must adopt the same habits and techniques for getting things done. One of the most important things that you can do for getting things done in your business is to set up a daily to do list.  Whenever something needs to get done, is she going to the to do list as a very specific line item of who is going to do it, what needs to be done, and when it needs to get completed.  The problem with to do lists are that often times people will make it too complicated or implement too many features and denotations on it. Different fonts and shading and Stiles makes it too hard to read and therefore nobody can understand what is going on. Whenever something gets completed, it needs to be crossed off of the list or, if you were a manager, your employee must market for you to review to check it off yourself. Conrad Hilton of Hilton Hotels states that you must not here, but go see. This means that you must verify the things are done once you’re in boys have indicated that they are completed.  Whenever something gets completed, it needs to be crossed off of the list or, if you were a manager, your employee must market for you to review to check it off yourself. Conrad Hilton of Hilton Hotels states that you must not here, but go see. This means that you must verify the things are done once your employees have indicated that they are completed.  This level of vigilance on the completion of action items is what will hold your team accountable to a higher level of productivity in the workplace. Without accountability, your employees will not see you as a source of wisdom or authority. Make sure that you are executing these principles as thoroughly as possible to achieve the best  results. If you are wanting more teaching like this, make sure that you watch this entire video series and sign up for one of our upcoming business workshops that will teach you everything that you need to know to start or grow a business. 

Bryan Smith9:53 amPublished: Bryan Smith

Daily Routines: Scheduling Yourself For Success – Episode 2 – Part 1


 Do you operate from a daily to do list? Do you do the things that the most successful people in the world regularly do to achieve success? In this episode business coach Clay Clark discusses the importance of a to do list in your business with sales executive Bryan Smith.  Clay Clark is the former Small Business Administration Entrepreneur of the Year  and has extraordinary insight into the diligence of executing and getting things done. If you want to achieve the same level of productivity is the most successful people in the world, you must adopt the same habits and techniques for getting things done. One of the most important things that you can do for getting things done in your business is to set up a daily to do list.  Whenever something needs to get done, is she going to the to do list as a very specific line item of who is going to do it, what needs to be done, and when it needs to get completed.  The problem with to do lists are that often times people will make it too complicated or implement too many features and denotations on it. Different fonts and shading and Stiles makes it too hard to read and therefore nobody can understand what is going on. Whenever something gets completed, it needs to be crossed off of the list or, if you were a manager, your employee must market for you to review to check it off yourself. Conrad Hilton of Hilton Hotels states that you must not here, but go see. This means that you must verify the things are done once you’re in boys have indicated that they are completed.  Whenever something gets completed, it needs to be crossed off of the list or, if you were a manager, your employee must market for you to review to check it off yourself. Conrad Hilton of Hilton Hotels states that you must not here, but go see. This means that you must verify the things are done once your employees have indicated that they are completed.  This level of vigilance on the completion of action items is what will hold your team accountable to a higher level of productivity in the workplace. Without accountability, your employees will not see you as a source of wisdom or authority. Make sure that you are executing these principles as thoroughly as possible to achieve the best  results. If you are wanting more teaching like this, make sure that you watch this entire video series and sign up for one of our upcoming business workshops that will teach you everything that you need to know to start or grow a business. 

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