A 10 minute kickstart to boost your productivity...

Let’s cover a couple of key points to get started:

Keep It Simple: We’ve stripped away all the fluff to focus on the core principles. Whether you’re running a big corporation or a small startup, these principles apply to everyone.

Ask the Right Questions: Instead of dwelling on what you already know, ask yourself, “What can I apply from this?” This mindset shift can lead to valuable insights.

The 72-Hour Rule: Ever heard of it? It’s simple—take action within 72 hours of learning something new. Otherwise, the likelihood of making a change drops significantly.

So, let’s get into it. What exactly do we mean by productivity? It’s all about the output your team generates compared to the wages you pay out. In simple terms, it’s what you get after paying your team.

The big challenge with productivity? Wages are consistent, but sales can be unpredictable. This means your team might be working hard, but if sales aren’t coming in, it’s tough to maintain productivity levels.

Now, let’s tackle this issue head-on with a simple model that addresses this challenge for every business. By the end of this, you’ll have a clear plan to boost productivity in your business by at least 10%.

So, who are the key players in your business? Basically, there are two types: those who make something and those who sell something. Whether you’re a one-person show or a growing team, this applies to everyone.

For those making things, productivity isn’t just about time—it’s about efficiency. And for those selling, it’s about finding the right balance between sales volume and margin.

But here’s the kicker: you need a meaningful number to measure productivity. Whether it’s chargeable hours per day or average client value, find what resonates with your team and track it religiously.

Once you’ve got your number, it’s time to start a conversation. Get your team involved in brainstorming ideas to improve that number. This isn’t just about pointing out problems—it’s about finding solutions together.

Now, if you’re struggling to get your team on board, it might be a sign of deeper communication issues. But don’t worry, we’ve got strategies to help you improve communication and build a stronger team culture.

Lastly, let’s talk about the morning routine. It sets the tone for the entire day, so make sure it’s productive. Whether it’s tackling the toughest tasks first or getting those sales calls out of the way, start your day on the right foot.