When to have the answer and when to seek the answer is a skill that we forever hone. Asking for help means considering the problem, what we want to have happen, and what it will take to make those goals happen. Knowing the answer comes from spending time assessing where your business was and is right now, and where it is going. Knowing when to get out of your own way and ask for help, and when facing the challenge and getting through … all these are up to you.
Listen in to hear about a three part framework for knowing when you have the answer, or when you are seeking help to discover the answer. The framework includes: 1) clarity and ability to communicate your mission consistently; 2) finding the weaknesses and right opportunities to prioritize; and 3) evaluate where your company was, where it is, and where it is going. Jess Dewell talks with Edwin Williams, Founder of Zen Hammer, about how to achieve your business goals.
Though growth is messy, you can still achieve your business goals. Knowing exactly what to give energy and resources to is constant work – and worth the effort. Edwin Williams, Founder of Zen Hammer, gives us the definition of entrepreneurship from his experiences and how he’s become a better person and business owner.
Tags: management, focus, burn rate, optimism, business planning, business advisor
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