Fifteen Minutes to a Better Business

Three things to do every day improve your business in just fifteen minutes:
1) Read a business book for fifteen minutes every day. The book “The Millionaire Next Door” author notes that the average person reads one book per year, but the average millionaire reads one book per month.” It can be overwhelming to think of reading so much when there are countless every day tasks that demand our attention. But when you allow yourself just fifteen minutes a day to gain fresh perspective through reading business books you will find that it adds up and that it will serve you well! There are so many great ones to choose from! A few to start with are: “How to Win Friends and Influence People” by Dale Carnegie, “Great to Good” by Jim Collins, “The Four Hour Workweek” by Timothy Ferriss.
2) Write thank you cards. Sitting down for just a few minutes to express heartfelt gratitude and excitement will always be a very appreciated gesture. Try penning genuine notes to clients, vendors and special people in your life to let them know they are valued!
3) Write down your short and long term goals. Dream big! This will help you identify what is important and keep your aspirations at the forefront of your mind. Identify achievable action steps to help you make measurable progress.

Do you have any ideas or habits that you believe have helped your business? Please share with us!

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