Putting In Your Time Versus Putting In Your Heart – Episode 1 – Part 2
Do you feel like your team is lazy and they don’t understand the importance of putting in and over delivering and making sure that the customer has the absolute best experience with your business and your brand every time they interact with your product or service? Does it seem like the team members don’t really care and they’re only there to get a paycheck and they do not over deliver. If this is you need to understand the concept of putting in your time versus putting in your heart. And in this business coach training video Clay Clark former US SBA small business entrepreneur of the year Will break down the concept of what it means to putting your heart isn’t just your time. We’ll start this description with a quote by Jim Rohn, motivational speaker and personal mentor of Tony Robbins and Brian Tracy, and he says “you do not get paid for that hour. Get paid for the value that you bring to the hour.” Understanding how to communicate this principle to your team will be in valuable whenever it finally clicks in their heads and they realize what we are trying to do with running the business. The business is supposed to be a vehicle that delivers you to a place and time of financial freedom in your life but you’re team members and your employees do not understand that they need to over deliver in order to scale and grow the company then you have failed as a manager or any communicator and a teacher. If you need help on how to communicate this concept of over delivery and putting in your heart and putting in your time and schedule to come to our next in person business coach workshop. At that workshop or to go over the business coach systems that have been proven to succeed time after time again in industry after industry and we know that the business goes program will work for you.