Are you putting your resources to work in the most effective and efficient way possible? A relatively simple question, but unpacking it can lead you to some valuable insights. One of the ways you can try to answer that question is by finding your business’ own “Profit per X,” a measurement of which single variable […]
Rockefeller Habits17 Videos
One of the meeting rhythms proscribed by the Rockefeller Habits is the weekly team meeting. As explained by the book “Scaling Up,” ideally these should be weekly meetings involving the different departments in your business. One for sales, one for marketing, one for finance, etc. However, if you’re a small business, odds are you also […]
The most common meeting in your organization should be the shortest. A daily stand-up should be around 15 minutes, and consist of three areas: Priorities (What are the top three things you’re doing today?) Company KPIs (What are the key metrics for the company? How are we doing as an organization?) Rocks (What are you […]
Are you the biggest kid in your sandbox? That’s really the end-goal of any business owner: to the biggest kid in the sandbox go all the spoils. And fortunately for this metaphor, in the world of business, we don’t have to rely on genetics to become the biggest kid. Here’s the thing: no matter how […]
Today we had our weekly departmental meetings, I worked support desk, and Warren Bardsley follows the checklist to make coffee. Eventful day? Check. Worked hard? Check. Entertaining content? Funniest episode yet. You never know what you’re going to get on Daily Genius. Watch Episode 12 now.
Team Measurable Genius blasts off again in today’s episode of Daily Genius – I rant about artificial deadlines, how technology is not your savior, and we meet with the team at Wright Restyling to tackle some strategic planning. The topic we dove into today is called The Sandbox, which is a concept on the 7 […]
Do you meet with your team every day to share priorities and solve problems before they become emergencies? If not, you’re missing out on the power of Standup, one of the Rockefeller Habits.