I hate posts that offer a 7-day checklist. Why? Because 98% of the time, they’re written to give us some shortcut hack, rather than empowering us to think for ourselves and problem-solve intelligently.
Every 7-Day Checklist I’ve Seen Overlooks This
Those who look only at the numbers and lose sight of what made those numbers come into existence (in other words, the relationships, the excellent service, the foresight to properly innovate, etc.) miss the mark. Without paying attention to those important fundamentals, no numbers or metrics are sustainable.
From Fast Company to Your Company
So I looked back into the David Brier Vault at Fast Company and found a powerful (and timeless) checklist that was actually more important today than when I wrote it.
It had 7 actual actionable questions to ask yourself to raise your game to new heights. In fact, it was so useful and timeless, I recently shared it on LinkedIn and got over 11,000 views in 24 hours.
And today’s One Minute Wednesday is no different. It’s about people and legacy and opening eyes, and minds, and hearts:
This is why I’ve put highlights from that post and this recent LinkedIn post here for you to enjoy:
The above message resonated with businesses of all types and sized around the globe.
Try it out and let me know how it works for you.
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