This post is a step-by-step guide on how I track and establish my goals using the Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS), Asana and Evernote. It’s one thing to create wonderful life plans and business goals, it’s a different thing to execute towards those goals every day. Reviewing your goals every day and using a system that
Every quarter I review and create goals with my coach Dan Sullivan as part of the 10x Ambition Program in Toronto. I highly recommend the program to any entrepreneur who wants to take their life and their business 10x. During our sessions we review our current state of mind by looking back on the previous
I like to live in an exponential neighborhood. It’s a neighborhood where everyone is thinking in terms of 10x instead of 1.1x. It’s an abundance minded neighborhood where everyone is helping each other grow 10x. They are not scarcity minded. Your neighbors aren’t trying to keep you small for their own personal gain. How do
Recently I’ve come across many service organizations that offer small start-ups and stage 2 businesses back-office support. This is a great idea and it allows the business owners to concentrate on what they do best. Most often it’s not running Quickbooks at 2am on a Saturday night. However, as the company grows you need to
How often have you thought the following. “If I only had the right team I would achieve all my goals”? I know I have. Many times. There is a tremendous focus on the lack of available talent in the United States and elsewhere. We can’t find the right people for the job. We create complex
Scaling your business can seem like an insurmountable task. You don’t know where to start. You don’t know if you have the capital necessary. You don’t have the borrowing capacity to grow the way you would like to. Or so you think. Since starting my first business in 2007 I learned many ways not to
I have a bad habit. I allow myself to be bullied. I allow people to take advantage of me and I don’t fight back. I admit that I avoid conflict like the plague. As a result, I’m a terrible negotiator. I almost never get what I really want. I leave a LOT on the table.
I am an avid listener to Joe Polish and Dan Sullivan’s 10xtalk.com podcast. In episode #75, speaker Joel Weldon took the stage at a Genius Network event. One of the most interesting things he spoke about is “Lamb’s 10%”. I’m pretty sure he made it up since I’ve scoured the Internet and found no other