When you’re running your own business, there’s a blizzard to details to attend. Taking a few minutes each day to assess what’s working for you and what isn’t can save time in the long run.
Have you ever hung up from a phone call and as soon as you hear the “click,” you flash on an important question you needed to ask that person? Moments like this are when I realise I am working too fast for my own good. By slowing down, for example, by taking the moments I needed to prepare for that call in the first place, I would have ultimately saved myself time in the long run. Had I fully prepared for that call before making it, I could have completed everything in one call instead of having to make a second call for conclusion. In this case my desire to move faster really cost me in the long run.
So how do you effectively slow down so you can speed up? There are two critical steps:
1. Identify what is working. . . and do more of that.
2. Identify what is not working. . . and change it.
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