At Tap the Potential, we understand that being an entrepreneur is tough! So we always look for opportunities to do the happy dance! Today, I will be sharing what we do at Tap the Potential to support a healthy and resilient mindset. Stay tuned to find out how to stay strong and maintain a positive outlook- even throughout the hard times!
Paying attention to your wins and successes has tremendous value for making your business more profitable. It will also give you more time for the things that matter most. Listen in today to learn how to use whatever is working in your business as a lever to start positive momentum and get more of what IS working going your business!
Profit by Design is a Tap the Potential Production in collaboration with Small Business Consulting Group.
- At Tap the Potential, we keep our energy up by regularly doing the happy dance to help us focus on the good things!
- How I stumbled upon the value of focusing on wins and successes.
- We have evolved to focus on threats and the things that are wrong in our environment. Unfortunately, what we focus on grows.
- It might take a while to get used to focusing on your wins and successes, but it will be worth the effort!
- What do you stand to gain from focusing on the wins and successes in your business?
- How can you attract more A-players to your business?
- Why listening to your employees and treating them with respect is a big deal.
- How wins and successes apply to niching down and having a clearly-defined sweet spot. (This is Step 2 of our Tap the Potential Solution.)
- Why should you start your next meeting by asking your team about their wins and successes?
- Some tips for getting the conversation going around the wins and successes in a team meeting.
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The Gap and the Gain, by Dan Sullivan