The Science Of Personal Achievement – Episode 3 – Part 1
What was the first thing you did today? Did you get out of bed and begin working as if you just do not have enough time today? What what have you completed so far, and what is the most important task today? This is a key element of becoming a powerful entrepreneur. Business coach Clay Clark and New York Times bestselling author and entrepreneur Clifton Taulbert discuss the topic of time management. All top level entrepreneurs begin their days planning every task that needs attention. Delegating what is and is not important to them. If you take these small steps every morning you will be able to hold yourself accountable throughout your day. If you get off track, reference your to-do list and jump back on your train. Clifton Taulbert and Clay Clark really go deep into the importance of physically writing down your to-do list. Halfway into this episode Clay throws you a curve-ball, yet, Clifton throws another your way. Together they discuss the culture of buying and selling. Everyone is buying stuff today, so why not have them buy from you? Entrepreneurs like you may be here to learn these concepts alone. Good sales result into income. As a thriver, who does the selling for your company? Selling can be stressful, yet it needs to be done. That is why Clay and Clifton mention a quote in this video from the Huffington Post from April, 2014 “A recent study proved that humor lowers stress levels and increases short-term memory.” Laughter will help you release that tension you have stored up. One of the greatest things about laughter is that you can not bottle it up nor buy it. The power of laughter is one of the most powerful things you possess as an entrepreneur.