15645396_sWhen you are in the process of building a business, too many people overcomplicate the process. They worry about so many different things that are all over the board. Because of this, they are unable to make process towards their end goal. There’s a better way. Initially, keeping things REALLY simple is the best way to get momentum going forward.

It’s going to violate some laws you read in business books, though my argument is if the books were any good we’d have a lot more wealthy individuals.

Ok, lets use a process that makes it easy (and gets the results of the title).

Write these 3 phrases down on a piece of paper:

  1. Building a great product
  2. Create Leads
  3. Convert Leads Into Paying Customers

Simple enough, right? Now every time you are working on your business, make sure you are working in one of these areas to maximum return on time to maximize your return on time. This is the broad framework I use when I start looking a business to figure out what needs improved first.

I’ve used this process in hundreds of businesses as well as my own and it works very effectively because you are narrowing focus around a framework. If you don’t spend 95% of your time working on these 3 areas, you probably have a business that is struggling. Make a commitment for 2 weeks to break down your days around the framework and see what happens.

The reason why this works so well is it gets away from decision paralysis, which is a top 5 killer in growing a business or making a change in life. Too many choices leads to paralysis and not choosing any of the options…. Don’t do that

Keep is simple, and watch the money come in :).

In the coming Wednesdays, we’ll discuss ideas and strategies of how to leverage your time in these areas to get your business moving.

If you want more information on how to break this down, click on the form on the right (on our website) and sign-up for a complimentary coaching session. We can help you break down this process and get things moving by the end of the call. It will definitely be worth your time.

By: Bryan Rider!