Tag: time management
To me, it's gotten to the point where I don't do anything in my business except for think. I am now the CEO. I don't ever touch any process, except to think through it and tell someone else what to do.
We don't talk about our coaches as salespeople and we don't talk about them as selling products. We talk about them first and foremost as guiding a new client through what we talk about as the habits of health.
We can tap into these, but without treating them as directives to action. Ultimately, who's in charge here, the thinker or the thought?
I would encourage the leaders think in the space of naked and hungry and ask the lowest level question that you can think of. Ask somebody on your team what is the most small, irksome, annoying thing that makes you less efficient in your day, even it's only taking you 10 extra minutes.
I think that the part of the job of a good leader is to inspire confidence in their team.
People are getting really creative with Plumfund and they're putting together wish lists of things that they need and asking their friends and family to support them through a really important time in their lives.