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Do you find when you are making a payment or writing a cheque you make a comment to the receiver?
Such as, well at least you’re getting paid?
It is good for some?
Oh no, not more money?
I only just paid you last time?
You may find if you examine your motives for saying such comments, this is a self-worth issue.
You may not be paying yourself a wage or your business is struggling.
Can you imagine for a moment, the impact this has on the people you work with?
And more to the point, how this reflects on your customers?
You may think it has no effect, but it does, your team/staff are bound to feel unappreciated and when this happens, it spills through a business.
This could be one of your issues, as to why the business is not doing so well. Remember what I said about change. It is only small steps toward making a commitment to change. Within yourself, it takes courage, but once you commit and bring in more awareness to your day, the change can happen.
This means you have to set aside time for yourself daily to review what happened, how you deal with an issue when it arises, and how you can better deal with it next time it arises.
Remember, in the mind sate of resentment, you are only reacting not acting – reacting is a negative and you are reacting from your emotions. This is not factual to the current situation.
Acting is a powerful state that is based on your current situation, without the negative emotion.
If you are in a resentment state of mind, the feeling of unhappiness with the current situation is coming from within yourself. You need to examine what it is about yourself and the situation that you would like to change. If you continue doing the same thing, you will get the same results. It is not something magical you need to do. You just need to allow time for yourself to bring the change.
You also need resources, which includes people, your team, books, your surroundings (which I call environment) to bring about this change. Start today. You know you’re worth it!
Article author: Lee Kavanagh
Prep & Plan (preparation and planning) are such a valuable tool. In fact it is the biggest part to any success. Continue reading “Preparation, plan and research about the topic which you are focusing on”
I see so many of us stressed out working long hours and continuing doing the same thing week in and week out.
How can we change this …?
More advertising? More marketing? More time? More of the same things you have been doing?
Or could it be your beliefs which affect your business growth?
Valuing time could be a key ingredient to your change. Stopping what you’re doing and thinking about what it is you need to do in order to change.
Development time, analysing and research are the most powerful ways to plan your next moves.
This is a plan, a business plan, a strategy to help your business grow into a more enjoyable and profitable one.
You need new systems internally to change your daily routine.
So many of us fear to stop what we are doing and have development sessions in fact a lot of us don’t value this as the most important part of any business.
Why we are afraid of stop time? … thinking time?
Am I afraid that I cannot afford to stop?
I have so much to do?
OK I have 3 gifts I like to share with you
- How we have changed and improved our increase your sales program
- Two key tools you need to have in order to achieve your goal.
- A free fact find for yourself
Increase your sales improvements – we have grown our program from strength to strength over the past 1 year. How have we done this …? Through all of the above – developing time, stopping what we are doing to analyse, report and research. This gives us informative information to make better decisions in our movements.
We our bring in a new management system which covers
Your turn over currently and setting targets for 12, 24 and 36 months
Compulsory reporting analysing and development sessions
Two key tools you need to have in order to achieve your goal.
A. Turn up and committing to change, this has to be a daily process in order for change to occur.
Continuing to improve and analyse what you have done, and what you need to do in order to have a different outcome? This has to be on day by day basics, small steps and you and team have to commit to this change. Remember what we don’t like always give us the most growth.
B. The second part is awareness, you need to relax and value what it is you’re doing, and valuing this process for yourself and your company is the very important because if you have not done this before then at the beginning it is hard to see the value. Why? Because you don’t believe it can help you. This is the trap many of us falling into working in the business for over 80 % of our time and very little or no time for planning.
If I would say that 80% could be planning and developing what do you think?
This is the key tool to grow your business for success or create more success.
Here are some people who continued to try new ways to achieve their goals:
Over 300 banks refused and the 303rd bank agreed to give Walt Disney a fund to build Disney Land.
Over 1000 restaurants refused and the 1010th restaurant agreed to use Colonel Sanders’s chicken recipe that changed the eating habits of the whole world with KFC.
It took him over a million images spanning 35 years, before Steve McCurry’s photo of Sharbat Gula (The Afghan Girl) was globally recognized and linked to Leonardo da Vinci’s painting of the Mona Lisa.
134 publishers rejected Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen’s Chicken Soup for the Soul before it turns into a mega all-time bestseller.
Edison made 1,000 (or 10,000) unsuccessful attempts at inventing the light bulb.
Can you see a pattern here?
Here is a fact find for you to ask yourself the questions?
How do you manage your business?
How much time to you allocate to analysing?
How much time do you give to your staff training and coaching?
How much time do you allocate to your sales and marketing?
How much to time you allow for yourself to try new systems?
Can you introduce new systems to your business?
Do you analyse what your competitors are doing?
Do you try new ways to develop your business and do thing s your competitors are not doing?
Who collates the hours and approves them for processing?
How is overtime dealt with and who approves overtime?
How often are pay reviews carried out and by whom?
How are Staff Personnel files maintained and by whom?
Who updates Staff Personnel files?
Who sets rates of pay?
Who approves non statutory deductions and what are they?
Who controls holiday entitlements?
Who approves Holiday entitlement intervals?
Who processes the payroll?
Who signs off on the payroll prior to payment?
Who writes the payroll cheques and who signs them?
Who reconciles the payroll bank account?
Confirm how net payroll wages & salaries are dealt with?
Who posts the Payroll Journals to the nominal?
Who approves the Payroll Journals for posting to the nominal?
Who approves the P35 year end return for upload to Revenue?
How and by whom are unpaid wages dealt with?
We are all about giving value to our clients and we value all of you and we thank you for all the business we received from you.
We value time and the time we give to your company and we would like for you to avail of these new tools which will help you to change the way you are working in your business.
We are here to help you understand and implement those tools. So may we all change and develop ourselves in order to develop our business.
We like to give gratitude and appreciation to all of you and wish you the best for 2015.
We can do it!
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