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Self-Discipline And Persistence – Episode 1 – Part 2


Are you having a hard time holding yourself accountable for the things that you need to get done in your business day and your life? Is it hard to push through adversity and have the self-discipline needed to run and grow your business? Are you wondering what it is that separates those diligent doers the people that always seem to get their things done and move the needle forward from what we call happy helpers which are people that can never get any traction and they can never be on time and they never seem to get anything done? This is you turn into this business cards video training today to see as Jim Cathcart breaks down what it means that self-discipline and persistence in episode one and part two. One thing to understand is that you have to learn how to hold yourself accountable the same way that you would hold other people accountable. Know what this means is that each person has a different style of management in a different way that holding them accountable will affect their performance. You know this about yourself and need to know this about each one of your team members. Some people you need to scream and yell at in order for them to do their job. Some people all you need to do is give them a really good pat on the back every time they do a good job and I will post them up and make them want to do the right thing for you in every single situation. If you need to learn more about how to have self-discipline and how to hold your team accountable you need to come to the next business coach workshop or schedule 813 point assessment with a business coach to find out how our business coach program can help you.

Jim Cathcart9:54 amPublished: Jim Cathcart

Self-Discipline And Persistence – Episode 1 – Part 2


Are you having a hard time holding yourself accountable for the things that you need to get done in your business day and your life? Is it hard to push through adversity and have the self-discipline needed to run and grow your business? Are you wondering what it is that separates those diligent doers the people that always seem to get their things done and move the needle forward from what we call happy helpers which are people that can never get any traction and they can never be on time and they never seem to get anything done? This is you turn into this business cards video training today to see as Jim Cathcart breaks down what it means that self-discipline and persistence in episode one and part two. One thing to understand is that you have to learn how to hold yourself accountable the same way that you would hold other people accountable. Know what this means is that each person has a different style of management in a different way that holding them accountable will affect their performance. You know this about yourself and need to know this about each one of your team members. Some people you need to scream and yell at in order for them to do their job. Some people all you need to do is give them a really good pat on the back every time they do a good job and I will post them up and make them want to do the right thing for you in every single situation. If you need to learn more about how to have self-discipline and how to hold your team accountable you need to come to the next business coach workshop or schedule 813 point assessment with a business coach to find out how our business coach program can help you.

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