• Tony Richards

What Are Your Top Business Priorities?

One of the most powerful questions you can ask yourself is:

“Do I spend a good deal of my time doing everyday routine tasks rather than think and plan my best activities to build my business?”

Other than routine tasks, what should you be investing time doing? Here’s a list:

  1. innovation

  2. strategy

  3. culture change

  4. succession planning

  5. selection

  6. leadership development

  7. execution

  8. analytics

  9. customer service

  10. social media

Entrepreneurial leaders, otherwise known as business owners must be interested in people on both ends of the business. Customers on one side and employees on the other. If you are a baker (insert your technical proficiency here), and all your focus is on the tasks involving baking (insert your technical proficiency here), someone should be involved in the aforementioned list and leading your business.

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