Closely related to a futile drive for perfection is a need to “finish” the site. What if there was a four percent transaction fee on every dollar that went through the treasury every day. If someone has to be at that meeting does it have to be you?
Most entrepreneurs wonder why after they have set up their business, it seems to stall after a few good years. They seem to get stuck. It seems like the more effort they put in, the more the business seems to stagnate. Their major mistake is that they try to establish their business with the same strategies they used when they started the business.
Yes. It’s done in such a way where the drumsticks I’m using actually have small LED lights at the end of the stick. You can get yellow lights, green lights, blue lights, or a red light.
So I spent a couple of days with a guy, who was a specialist in transcribing from keyboard to guitar, and I found out that there were no limitations really.
And it’s the same in Europe when you start to go into countries like Poland and Slovenia you go into these other countries you know Russia they accountants still play this type of music on the radio in the day.
25. Double your productivity by using a dictaphone. If you’ve never used one your own voice sounds strange at first but it takes only a week or so to get used to. Use the dictaphone for minutes of meetings, short notes when you’re travelling (but not driving, of course) and for first drafts of lengthy letters. Get someone else to transcribe the tapes.
Even when you personally have to attend a meeting there are things you can do to rescue your time. For example, if you’re fairly senior you could offer to compile the agenda and even chair the meeting. If this will save a few hours, why not? You could participate effectively by talking only when you can contribute to the objective, by politely asking people to get to the point, by intervening when people are arguing pointlessly or by asking if people are ready to make a decision.
Is there a lack of face to face communication? Are people relying too much on email to deliver instructions? Does this result in a lack of understanding. Confusion leads to mistakes, which means it takes longer to get things done. Instructions are best conveyed in person.