Learn how to get more things done with fastidious time management. In this show, Clay Clark, the former U.S. SBA Entrepreneur of the Year, breaks down the millionaire mindset to time management. Throughout this broadcast he breaks down the notable quotations of Jack Welch, Lee Cockerell, John Maxwell, Warren Buffett and other titans of business. If you have ever struggled with time management, then this show is for you.
Fact: We All Have 24 Hours In Every Day
FACT: “The number one excuse people use for not getting done what should be done is, “I did not have enough time.” – Lee Cockerell (The former Executive Vice President of Walt Disney World Resorts)
1. Block out a specific time and place where you will design your F6 Life on a Daily Basis
“A new survey from CareerBuilder of more than 2,500 hiring managers found that 56% have caught job candidates lying on their resumes. The most common fib seems to be embellishing skills or capabilities; 62% of respondents say they’ve come across this, and 54% say they’ve caught applicants taking liberties when describing the scope of their responsibilities. A quarter have seen people who claim to be employed by companies they never really worked for.” – http://time.com/money/3995981/how-many-people-lie-resumes/
“The U.S. Chamber of Commerce estimates that 75% of employees steal from the workplace and that most do so repeatedly.” – https://www.cbsnews.com/news/employee-theft-are-you-blind-to-it/
NOTABLE QUOTABLE – “The advice that sticks out I got from John Doerr, who in 2001 said, “My advice to you is to have a coach.” The coach he said I should have is Bill Campbell. I initially resented the advice, because after all, I was a CEO. I was pretty experienced. Why would I need a coach? Am I doing something wrong? My argument was, How could a coach advise me if I’m the best person in the world at this? But that’s not what a coach does. The coach doesn’t have to play the sport as well as you do. They have to watch you and get you to be your best. In the business context a coach is not a repetitious coach. A coach is somebody who looks at something with another set of eyes, describes it to you in [his] words, and discusses how to approach the problem.
Once I realized I could trust him and that he could help me with perspective, I decided this was a great idea. When there is [a] business conflict you tend to get rat-holed into it. [Bill’s] general advice has been to rise one step higher, above the person on the other side of the table, and to take the long view. He’ll say, “You’re letting it bother you. Don’t.”
NOTABLE QUOTABLE – Proverbs 13:11 “Dishonest money dwindles away, but whoever gathers money little by little makes it grow.”
AMPLE EXAMPLES OF BUSINESS ROCKS:
1.ROCKS – Daily Meta Time – 1.5 Hours – Build Your Schedule, Plan Out Your Day
2. GRAVEL – Burning Fires:
4. SAND – Long-Term Items