Category: Ten Priorities

The Ten Priorities; Priority #10: Managing your Market

Ten Priorities in business, Marketing, publicity, PR It may seem obvious. No matter how great your products, your people, your systems, your visions and your plans are, if nobody knows how great they, there will be no business.
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The Ten Priorities; Priority #9: Managing your Quality

You don’t have to build Rolls Royce motor vehicles, but if your company name happens to actually be Rolls Royce, you better not build any Hyundais.
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The Ten Priorities; Priority #8: Managing your People

Ten Priorities, finance management Human beings get a lot of satisfaction from doing good work, but the problem is, they often don’t know what constitutes good work
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The Ten Priorities; Priority #7: Managing your Finances

Ten Priorities in business, financial management The misunderstanding is that business owners generally don’t appreciate that there are two different types of accounting
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The Ten Priorities; Priority #6: Asking for Help

Ten Priorities, external advice I guarantee that no matter which inspiring business role model you interview, they’ll all tell you their success is due partly to the support of one or more mentors, coaches or advisers.
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The Ten Priorities; Priority #5: Guessing

That’s the secret about planning: Planning is something we must do again every day. When realities change, we must change our plans right along with them.
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The Ten Priorities; Priority #4: Saying No

ten priorities, saying no in business You have to decide, every day, what to say NO to and what to say Yes to. Saying NO is hard, much harder than saying YES, but it’s a skill you can learn and get good at.
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The Ten Priorities; Priority #2: Doing Nothing

But the work of the business owner can only ever be done by you. And thinking, reflecting, day-dreaming even, is the ultimate work of the business owner.
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The Ten Priorities; Priority #1: Yourself

The first responsibility of any business owner is to look after the assets of the business and to maximise the return the business gets from those assets. And so, the most important job of a responsible business owner is to look after him- or herself.
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Ten Priorities for Change: Foundations for building a Great Business and Life

foundation change business life I believe that effective business coaching and development programs should focus as much on the person of the business owner, as they are on the mechanics of business. As a Business-Life Coach, therefore I want to help you become the very strongest foundation for your business you can be.
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