TC: WHY THE TUESDAY CHALLENGE?
I was asked by a member last week why we publish a Tuesday challenge. The majority of the challenges are a means of getting you to stop working in your business and concentrate on working on your business.
Work ON Your Business!
In order to maximize the benefits of your BizQuack Community I recommend the following steps:
- Plan ahead! Start each day by spending 15 minutes on your BizQuack dashboard. That means that you are scheduling that time as an everyday occurrence. It doesn’t have to be the exact same time every morning. Your work or meeting schedule may have a different start time; adjust your time accordingly.
- Read the last blog that was posted. Think about it. If you can’t use it today, know that it is there for a future reference.
- Look at your “accountability tracker” and see what your action items for the day that will take you closer to your vision. If you are not using your accountability tracker, start using it today. The secret is to accomplish at least 3 things every day that will take you closer to your vision.
- Tuesday is your special day. Carve out at least two hours to work on your business. You can use the current Tuesday Challenge or go back and select one that you have not implemented.
- New features will be added in the next few months. One important one is a notification system which will tell you what new education sessions have been added or other new services.
- Scroll through the education modules and select a topic you have not reviewed and set aside one hour per week to review that educational session.
- Post something in the market place about your product or service at least once a week.
Your challenge this week is to adopt this format and to “Ask the Duck” to help you with your most challenging problem.
Like any other tool, BizQuack will help you succeed if you use it.
Looking forward to hearing about your most challenging problem you have in your business.
“If it doesn’t challenge you, it won’t change you.”
Tips & Advice by Nick Petra – CFP, Mentor, and Founder of StrategicDuck and BizQuack.
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