Why do you do what you do? When making choices, that is – what’s the driving force behind the jobs you accept, how you manage your time, and even the trajectory of your business? If you don’t know (and that’s okay, most of us don’t), there are a few simple frameworks that will help you figure it out.
On this episode of Preeminence Unleashed, Nic and Jeff cover methods of finding the right “zone” you need to be in to get things done and feel fulfilled (according to a few key factors), the decision-making frameworks you need to know to help you pick and choose what work you take on with the limited time you have, and some of the creative minds that inspire and motivate both Jeff and Nic. Listen in to start making decisions that really make sense.
What You’ll Learn:
- What happens when an entrepreneur takes on projects that fall outside their ideal skill and difficulty levels
- How to process the information you have and translate it into an intentional, helpful step towards the goals you’ve prioritized
- Why our business problems don’t usually come down to a problem within the actual business (and what the limiting factor actually is)
- And much more!
“Instead of changing the plan, let’s figure out what stopped your behavior from matching the plan in the first place. And then let’s adjust that. And until your behavior matches the plan, changing out coaches, changing out strategies doesn’t matter. Because you do the same thing. The thing you say you’re gonna do on paper changes. You do the same freakin’ thing. So it’s really just about, we can’t gauge the efficacy of the plan until the behavior is aligned with the plan.”
- Nic Peterson
Horse for Sale:
Bumpers Book (Don’t forget to give Nic your feedback!)
How to Get Involved:
Nic Peterson and Jeff Moore are endlessly fascinated with the mindsets and practices that make smart, successful people tick – and they work closely with other entrepreneurs, business owners and service providers to put those habits and perspectives into action, making preeminence the cornerstone of every move forward.
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