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3 IDEAS FROM James Clear

3 IDEAS FROM James Clear I.  Mastery requires both impatience and patience.The impatience to have a bias toward action, to not waste time, and to work with a sense of urgency each day.The patience to delay gratification, to wait for your actions to accumulate and to trust the process. II. When making plans, think big.When…

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How to Scale Up Your Service Business

How to Scale Up Your Service Business Increase the value of your company by training others in your area of expertise. It can be tough to grow a service business. Clients are typically buying your expertise, and if all you have to sell is time, the size of your business will always be limited by the…

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The Little Handbook for Getting Stuff Done

This is so good, I had to share.  A big shout out to Leo Babauta The Little Handbook for Getting Stuff Done There’s a ton to be gained by getting good at Getting Stuff Done (GSD). While I don’t think that productivity and efficiency is the answer to life, nor should it be your only…

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The Turn Around at Flat Foot Engineering

Max Mabuti – The Turnaround at Flat-Foot Engineering from The Value Builder System™ on Vimeo. After an ill-fated expansion plan, Max Mabuti’s Flat- Foot Engineering faced insolvency. Mabuti turned to a Certified Value Builder™, and within one year of leveraging The Value Builder System™, Mabuti had stabilized the business and grown its top line by…

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The Automatic Customer White Paper

The Automatic Customer White Paper In the last week of October 2017, The Automatic Customer: Creating A Subscription Business In Any Industry was ranked one of the Top 5 Business Books by Fortune Magazine. In celebration of this, we have created the white paper The Automatic Customer: 9 Subscription Models Any Business Can Adopt. From this white…

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Does your business have a scoreboard?

Does your business have a scoreboard? Would you go to a hockey game if it didn’t have a scoreboard, it seems pointless, doesn’t it? Warren Buffett said it, “If you can’t read the scoreboard, you don’t know the score. If you don’t know the score, you can’t tell the winners from the losers.” Are you…

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