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What’s ACTUALLY Important to Think About in Your Business? (FS019)

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Over and over again early business starters approach Corbett for advice and he notices them focusing on the wrong stuff, wasting time on unimportant things, things that have absolutely no effect on whether or not their business will be a success.

We can get so worked up about the trees that we miss out on the forest. What we need is clarity and direction and a higher vantage point on whether or not our business idea can be successful, and how to get it there.

There are hundreds of business questions you could worry about. Which are actually important and which will waste your time? That’s what we explore in this conversation.

Get your notepad out and look for Corbett’s “4 Parts of a Business” list. As you’ll find out, this’ll help you evaluate struggles and bottlenecks in your business and make some changes.

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One Response to “What’s ACTUALLY Important to Think About in Your Business? (FS019)” Leave a reply ›

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    Urgency. That is important in business. You have to spend a quality time at work. I mean, it take ages to decide, to get the job done.

    That is why I agree with…

    Nolan Bushnell on the Critical Ingredient — “The critical ingredient is getting off your butt and doing something. It’s as simple as that. A lot of people have ideas, but there are few who decide to do something about them now. Not tomorrow. Not next week. But today. The true entrepreneur is a doer, not a dreamer.”

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