As the mentor to over 14,000 super busy leaders from 30 countries, Marnie shares practical, doable success strategies to shorten your learning curve, increase your productivity and skyrocket your delight in life. She is the author of 12 books, a webhostess and the owner/manager of two family businesses, a restaurant and retail store.
Such great advice already given. As the host of a radio talk show, it is critically important that your website name (URL) is easy to say, easy to understand, on the air.
Here's the test: Say it 10x fast. If you can and others can understand you, go for it! If not, keep tweaking.
A Master To Do List. Feel free to access the one I use, including instructions, here: http://www.marnie.com/FreeStuff.php
In my program, "The Success Principles of Olympians, Presidents & CEOs," I share five principles, one of which is delegation. To bring the simplicity of delegation home to the leaders, ask these two questions?
1) Despite the fact that you may be able to do it better yourself, do you actually grow all your own seed, fruits and vegetables and raise your own beef, chicken and pork? Or do you delegate everything related to that responsibility to your grocer?
2) Instead of growing your own cotton, weaving your own fabric, and making your own clothes, don't you delegate every aspect of that responsibility to merchants who provide you with excellent results in a timely manner for a reasonable fee?
Delegation is a mindset. These two word pictures can be used along with other activities to bring home the simplicity of delegating once one accepts its benefits.
Marnie Swedberg, www.Marnie.com