Putting In Your Time Versus Putting In Your Heart – Episode 1 – Part 1
Do you feel like you have a team full of people who do not love their jobs and they would really love to be doing something different in the spotted they are in on the bus right now? Are you struggling trying to find a way to motivate your team members to make sure that they understand the importance of widening to work with everything they have to make sure that we produce the best product and service for our customers? If this is you watch this business coach video training as Clay Clark US SBA small business entrepreneur of the year and business coach get into the details of what it means to put in your time first putting your heart. Someone who only put in their time is someone who shows up and does the minimum amount of work to get what they think the job is done. They have no commitment to the process where the customer and they don’t really care about the outcome they just want to get the job done and get paid for it. Compare this concept to the concept of putting in your heart. When you put your heart into what you do that means that you will really dig deep and you spend the time needed an you go the extra mile and you overdeliver to make sure that the customer has the best experience possible in the brand and the business and ownership is represented in the best life possible. There is no shortcut for putting and heart. Putting in heart means you’re willing to do stuff that needs to be done to ensure that the business is the filter that the best thing that can happen goes through as you are going to your day today. If you need help with this schedule an in person workshop and buy your tickets today for the business cause program in Jenks, Oklahoma. You can also have a 13 point business goes assessment done right this is coach will walk you through the systems and make sure that you have the things that you need to work on in place.