Working on your business not in it. Have you figured it out yet?

Working on your business not in it. Have you figured it out yet? cover

What does this actually mean?

Most people would probably say they spend the majority of their time working in the business, not on it.

They are constantly bogged down with day-to-day tasks that keep them running and they can’t focus on long term projects because of this constant fires burning or emergencies coming up all over the place!

But there is a way to change things around so you don’t have such an intense work load anymore – by delegating certain responsibilities away from yourself while still staying aware enough for what needs doing when it really counts; taking care offside matters which will help scale your company without any additional stress.

In this episode of “Making Conversations Count”, Nick Cramp and Wendy Harris discuss the importance of getting the balance right when it comes to working on your business.

Listen, and you’ll understand more about how successful people make it work.

You need to establish good rules, habits, or disciplines.

These can be as simple as turning off phone notifications at a certain time of the day.

Or even, banning use of the phone in general after a certain time.

Have a listen to the episode now using the below player.

Making Conversations Count with Nick Cramp

“I think business owners can learn a lot from sport and look at that analogy.

If you want to play at the top level, you’ve got to also give yourself periods to recover, regroup, rethink and all those lovely re prefixes that are really important.”

Are you working on your business, or in it?

It’s very easy to fall into the trap of becoming an employee of your business, rather than the leader of it.

And this is where the importance of delegation really comes into it when you’re trying to run a successful enterprise.

Want to check out another episode of Making Conversations Count?

How about this one, featuring Fred Joyal talking about being bold!

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