What’s In This Episode:
How do you measure and improve your own performance? Jill uses external measures but also uses her gut instinct. She also asks a few people what they think, because feedback can be helpful. How does one get better as a business owner?
Brad believes that it’s a balancing act. As he gets better in one area, he gets worse in another. And as a business owner, you have to know so many things. But you can definitely hire out for things you’re not so good at.
“Email is not your job.” – Brad
Meditating leader and company owner Rob Dube calls in. His company Image One was recently named a 2017 Small Giant by Forbes. But with all the good news, he really just has one problem: How does he manage the influx of email? Between his team and customers, it can be overwhelming.
Jill wants to know if he has any systems set up to filter through emails and he does have a filing system. Is response or reception the problem? Brad reminds Rob that email responsiveness is not a measure of effectiveness when it comes to being a CEO. Plus, the more emails you send, the more you get back. Not everything requires an immediate response. Jill thinks that Rob may be suffering from CEO anxiety and that he can practice not responding to people – no matter how much it hurts.
“There are lots of ways to educate yourself as a business owner.” – Jill
How do you measure and improve your own performance as a business owner? What are your tactics? Listen in!»
- Rob Dube is the author of donothing, a book about meditation practices and leadership strategies.
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