But you would be a fool to do away with them entirely. According to statistics by Bizlibrary: “65 per cent of employees say the quality of training and learning opportunities at work positively influences their engagement.” Considering that companies with engaged workers outperform their rivals by 202 per cent, training sessions really do matter.
But, congratulations as alone will not give you the results that you want to achieve next year. The results as better next year will be reality only if you know what you want to achieve from the beginning of the year.
On the other side, achieving is based on clear defined goals. But, again you can’t take this as a final, because clear goals, perfect goals, or supers super perfect goals will not guarantee achievement of something that you wish to achieve.
If you’re an entrepreneur or are self-guided at work, a review like this can be a lifesaver; you’ll be far less likely to let obligations and ideas slip by your radar. Though I learned the weekly review as part of the all-encompassing Getting Things Done system, you can easily incorporate it into any routine.
If we analyze our average day, we can see that we are doing everything. We are doing important and unimportant things, interesting and uninteresting, useful and not useful, urgent and not urgent…
If we put all of that things in an average day on a piece of paper, we can easily see how much chaos exist there, on that average day.
Let’s talk something about the importance that should focus us only on those important things to us.
This title aims to encourage you to consider some questions, not to give you the solution to your problems about importance. The solutions are unique to each of you, and full responsibility is on you.
Everything that we want to achieve has reasons about that. You can’t find a person that has goals without specific reasons to achieve that goals.
As an entrepreneur you can have a goal to increase profit in your business. You want to use that profit to grow your business, to develop new products and services, to buy new technology…
More reasons you have to achieve your goals, the probability of achieving goals will be bigger. Because in such a way you will put yourself in efforts to accomplish everything that you will need to achieve such a goals.
There are, and always will be reasons why we do something. Bigger reasons in quantity and quality will mean that we will be more committed to do what we need to do.
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Entrepreneurial inertia is something that cause entrepreneurs to become resistant to change what is opposed from what exactly an entrepreneur must to be.
Are you finding yourself in a situation when you want or must to take some action steps, but you didn’t take it? Are you finding yourself in a position that you want to start a business, but something pulls you back to the current status quo situation? Are you finding yourself in a situation when you must to decide, but you didn’t decide? Are you finding yourself in a position to make your plan, and never implement it, in reality? Are you finding yourself to have a vision, but to tell never mind?
All of these situations are examples of entrepreneurial inertia that can make your entrepreneurial life much harder.