Best Practices Are Subjective Raising the Barr Weekly Memo: Issue No. 61

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This week’s reflection point: I just chatted with one of my clients when he asked me to reflect on a recent presentation we both attended. It was obvious that his key take-aways were different than mine. I then asked him to share with me what are his top three business best practices. He suggested:

  1. Always be open to learn from others.
  2. Be obsessive about what you do and the results you produce.
  3. Focus only on the things you love and delegate everything else.

Great advice as I then shared with him my top three business best practices:

  1. Constantly create great valuable offerings for my clients to achieve amazing results.
  2. Improve my, and my team, intellectual property, knowledge and wisdom, reinvent ourselves and the way we market it.
  3. Connect with my clients often and engage them with passion and enthusiasm, which is contagious and often mobilizes them to take action.

Best practices are subjective. Just because they work for someone else, would not guarantee they would work for you.

This week’s tip: Practice and learn to place a filter that enables you to sort through the advice and best practices you hear. Implement only what you feel would apply to you, that would also represent the highest reward potential for your business.

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