The Cost of Doing Nothing Raising the Barr Weekly Memo: Issue No. 6

This week’s reflection point: Every once in a while I come across a colleague or a prospective client who is interested in implementing a new business idea. Some examples are: hiring a mentor, starting a speaking career, implementing a new web strategy, or writing a book. After an enthusiastic conversation, they seem to go into mental hibernation.

I acknowledge that when it comes to key decisions, we all have to set the proper priorities. However, in follow up conversations, it often becomes apparent to me that these individuals are getting ready to get ready. Unfortunately, they rarely are.

So whether missed opportunities, exciting new growth directions, strengthening your thought leadership, increased revenues and profits, and reaching out more of your clients with value, what is it costing your business to do nothing?

This week’s tip: Evaluate your dormant opportunities and select the one that represents the highest potential to impact your success. Then go and start executing and bring it to fruition.


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