January 15, 2011

Looking Inside

The opinion of them.

The chatter in the digital channels is deafening. Opinions, blogs, news articles, podcasts, expert analysis, tweets, the list goes on and on. If you spend any time skimming through websites for information, you can’t even get near scratching the surface. So I am amazed you took the time to visit here, thank-you.

The challenge for any business manager is to try and remain a few steps ahead of the day-to-day which is near impossible because of distractions and deadlines.

Who has time to plan and look forward when you’re trying to keep a company rolling in the right direction and trying not to hit a pothole?

Victim of busy.

Some say you’re not embracing all the right tools to maximize revenue. Others claim you are missing opportunities right under your nose.

You need to manage all the moving parts, ensure stakeholders are working toward their strengths and keep the black ink flowing.

It can be confusing and divert momentum

If you travel in some circles, they will tell you that you need to be everywhere. Others have bottles of snake oil with the promise of instant results.

If you are one of the few who can eliminate judgment from others, clear your mind enough to focus on exactly what you are good at and more importantly decide what you want to do, you are way ahead of the curve.

How do you focus and eliminate disruptions?

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