Entrepreneurship is a demanding journey. It's easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of running a business. Between meetings, emails, and other daily tasks, it can be difficult to prioritize and focus on the tasks that will move the needle for your business.
People build businesses for a few key reasons: to make money, to pursue their passion, to create freedom and to have a legitimate excuse for drinking copious amounts of coffee.
As a visionary entrepreneur, it’s safe to assume you have a long list of goals you want to achieve … First there’s your business goals — like meeting specific growth and financial metrics … And then there’s your personal goals — maybe working out more, eating healthier, or spending more time with your family.
As we celebrate the holidays and look forward to a brand new year ahead, let us take a moment to reflect and give our gratitude to 2022! In the hustle and bustle of the season, especially as business owners, pausing to reflect isn’t always easy. But a “go mentality” will only take us so far.
At OTS, we spend a lot of time working with successful mission-driven leaders from all sorts of different backgrounds. While their businesses and goals are all unique, the overwhelming majority of them have one thing in common: most effective leaders are planners.
If you had to make a quick choice (no calculators allowed!) between a one million dollar check today, or a single penny that doubles each day for the next 30 days … Which would you choose? An instant million dollars might sound a whole lot more satisfying than a penny in hand today, but if you