The second of the Five Business Disciplines is Tracking. In this discipline, we stress the importance of knowing your numbers for your business. Why not also apply this concept to your chapter? Have you set chapter goals? Are you tracking the productivity of your chapter? If you would like more tips and hints on how to track results for your chapter, please join me and Avon Drummond, Success Coach in Georgia, as we talk about tracking at your chapter.
Many times, people are told to go forth and network to build their businesses, but no one takes the time to help them understand how to network correctly. Yes, networking is a skill that can be taught and learned. Networking is the Master Skill! Master Networks has developed the B.O.N.D. method of networking to ensure our members conduct productive face to face meetings and can effectively participate in networking events. Donna Mathiowetz, Success Coach and Regional partner in MN/WWI, will be sharing insights into the B.O.N.D. method and how it has helped her to strengthen her networking skills!!
Dana LaRue, Success Coach in TX-N, is one of our top Affiliate Rewards Earners. She shares her perspective on this unique feature of Master Networks! Not only can you earn back your monthly dues, you can make as much in Affiliate Rewards as you would like. If you aren't earning at least $40 a month to cover your dues, you need Dana's tips on getting started!
What you do now determines what will happen later, particularly in the things that really matter: health, wealth and happiness. As entrepreneurs we are good at developing business plans and making things happen. We live by intention and accountability for outcomes.
True entrepreneurs build their own library of favorite books, audio recordings,videos and other materials. They refer back to them as they make decisions and encounter new challenges. This library is the solid foundation of their intellectual property and their wisdom.
Why don’t we have the same concern about ourselves? Why don’t we worry about who we are hanging out with? Why aren’t we concerned about who is influencing us? Maybe we should be. Who you spend your time with matters.
Owning or leading a business can be stressful. In this day and age we have come to understand that stress can be debilitating and even deadly. So learning to deal with stress is a critical skill for the entrepreneur.
Health is a big issue for the entrepreneur and business leader. Without good health they will not have the energy, the stamina and the resilience to drive their ventures, particularly for the long haul. And later on, they may not be able to fully participate in and enjoy the benefits they have earned.
There is one phrase in building trust: “do what you say you’ll do.” That one phrase has several meanings. It means you can be counted on to follow-through with getting something done. If you tell me you are going to do something for me, I can take it to the bank.