THE MOST IMPORTANT PRODUCT

Life has a lot to tell. One might find himself/herself struggling to improve in his or her business. He/she finds no advancement, it is as if standing still and likely to backslide. Worries surface and divided ideas start as what should be the right direction – continuing with the business or stopping doing it as no promising indicators prevail.

It should first be clearly understood that, there is endless room for improvement.  Ask any of the successful people and will be surprised to find that they know this, and are always searching for better way. (Note: The successful person does not ask, “Can I do it better?” He knows he can. So phrases the question: “How can I do it better?”.

Stop thinking of closing your business and start the so called – “Weekly Improvement program”. This starts with the daily jotting down of ideas every evening  as to how you can improve your business. Then say every Monday evening  you set aside four hours to review the ideas you have jotted down and figure out how to put the solid ones to use in the business.

Just this: It isn’t so much what you know when you start that matters. It’s what you learn and put to use after you open your doors that counts most.

As a matter of principle – get more output at lower cost; do more with less effort. Top success is reserved for the        I-can-do-it better kind of person.

Why not  make progress your most important product? The I-can-do-better philosophy works magic. When you ask yourself, “How can I do better?” Your creative power is switched on and ways for doing things better suggest themselves.

Each day before you begin work, devote 10 minutes to thinking “How I can do a better job today?

Ask:

  1. What can I do today to encourage my employees?
  2. What specific favor ca I do for my customers?
  3. How can I increase my personal efficiency?

This is simple. But it works. Try it, and you will find unlimited creative ways to win greater success.

NO CHOICE BUT TO GO TO WORK.

Good day,

Seth Simon Mwakitalu

Entrepreneurship Consultant and Lifestyle Trainer

Email: seth.mwakitalu@creativeminds.or.tz

Tel: +255 754 441325 or +255 714 051174

Skype:seth.simon.mwakitalu

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