Business Brain Food

Why Every Business Owner Needs a Virtual Assistant

Every business owner needs a virtual assistant (VA) to help with tasks that weight them down. Focus on your genius juice and take everything else off your plate! VA services are a practical, ethical, and reliable way of doing things. Get things done in a different way!

Outsourcing work through VAs frees up your time to work on other areas of your business. VAs can do tasks that are imperative to your business that you can’t do, don’t need to do, or don’t want to do. Tasks include calendar management, email management, travel arrangements, data entry, transcribing audio/video, graphic design, and social media management. There are so many questions that come to mind when hiring a virtual assistant. How does it work? How much does it cost? How do you train them? To answer all of your questions, check out Chris Ducker’s book Virtual Freedom and contact Tom Secuya. Tom Secuya manages a team of virtual assistants in the Philippines through the Carve company. Carve is an outsourcing agency that supports clients remotely and provides virtual assistance and virtual assistants. In this podcast episode, Tom shares his knowledge and experience about utilizing VAs. It can be very beneficial to your business to have a VA – it is a great return on investment! In this episode of Business Brain Food you will learn:

** Benefits of outsourcing

** Tasks performed by VAs

** Help desk and project management tools

** Why to provide quality and quick feedback

** Importance of providing VAs with training and tools

** Outsourcing internationally vs. locally

** Hiring directly vs. through an agency

** Different durations (full-time, part-time and on-demand VAs)

Resources mentioned in this episode:

** Downloadable PDF: 105 Tasks to Outsource

** Ben Fewtrell: Twitter/#bbfood

** Carve: carve.ph

** Tom Secuya Email: tom@carve.ph

** Chris Ducker: www.chrisducker.com

** Virtual Freedom: www.virtualfreedombook.com

** 2048 App: itunes.apple.com/us/app/2048/id840919914?mt=8

** Zendesk: www.zendesk.com

** Fresh Desk: www.freshdesk.com

** Voxer: www.voxer.com

** Viber: www.viber.com

** Scrum by Jeff Sutherland: www.amazon.com/Scrum-Doing-Twice-Work-Half/

Do you have a virtual assistant?

As a business owner, discover the benefits of outsourcing! Also, if you are enjoying these Business Brain Food podcasts, then make sure to share them via social media sites or email the links to family and friends. A lot of time and effort goes into producing each of these podcasts with the goal in mind of the more people we can inspire about business the better. You can help us do just that! Until next time, have a profitable day. Cheers, Ben Fewtrell (02) 9811 5000

Direct download: BBF054_Why_Every_Business_Owner_Needs_A_Virtual_Assistant_with_Tom_Secuya.mp3
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How to Create a Strategic Plan for Your Business

Whether you love it or hate it – you need to think about strategic business planning! Don't think of a business plan as a big, fat document that sits on a shelf collecting dust. Instead, think of it as the strategy behind what you are doing. Without strategy, you are not going to thrive. You need a strategy that drives you!

Don't get caught up in the day-to-day aspects of your business. There is always something to do and fires to put out. But you need to STOP! Put some time aside to put together your strategic business plan. Stop being reactive - become more proactive. Develop a fluid document that helps build your business. Once you have it, make sure to review it and keep it up to date. Business Coaching Manager George Zenon has coached dozens of businesses in different industries. He knows the ins and outs of what it takes to succeed in business. He discusses how to create a strategic business plan and what you need to think about. Your strategic business plan has to align your business with your goals! A strategic business plan focuses on the big picture: Where is the business heading, what direction is it going, and what does it need to achieve? Have a plan and follow it! In this episode of Business Brain Food you will learn:

** Why it is important to create a strategic business plan

** The difference between business planning and strategic business planning

** What elements to consider and include

** How to get started and the Planning Club

** To think of investors, employees, and customers

** Items to measure (key performance indicators)

** Review regularly to keep up with competition and changes in technology

** Mistakes made in strategic planning

Resources mentioned in this episode:

** Planning Club with George Zenon: actioncoachanz.com/strategyplanningsession

** Percentage Calculator App: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=info.percentagecalculator&hl=en

Do you have a strategic business plan in place?

If not, how are you going to be successful? Make sure to follow the guidance provided in this podcast to take your business to the next level. Also, if you are enjoying these Business Brain Food podcasts, then make sure to share them via social media sites or email the links to family and friends. A lot of time and effort goes into producing each of these podcasts with the goal in mind of the more people we can inspire about business the better. You can help us do just that! Until next time, have a profitable day! Cheers, Ben Fewtrell (02) 9111 5000

Direct download: BBF053_How_to_create_a_Strategic_Plan_for_your_Business_with_George_Zenon.mp3
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How to Grow Your Business Using Social Media

How can you grow your business using social media? You should be on social media because that’s where most of your customers are - so then you can connect with them. How do you generate leads for free on social media? You don’t. You have to make an investment: either time or money. Ben Fewtrell shares how you can use social media in your business. He developed an 8-step process to make sure you are generating sales and leads using social media.

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Step 1: Establish your business goals. Make sure your social media strategy aligns with your goals. Know your goals and how you are going to get there! Step 2: What are your marketing objectives? Do you want people to book an appointment, buy something, or view a Webinar? Make sure your objectives are very clear. What are you willing to invest to make your objectives happen? Step 3: Identify your ideal customers. Think about who you want to target as your audience. Create a look-alike audience in Facebook using your email database. Use LinkedIn to connect with potential customers. Step 4: Research your competition. Check out what they are doing and what is working. Then, do something in your own way that will deliver the same results. Discover their strengths and weaknesses, which will help you with your own strategy. Step 5: Choose what social media platforms to use. Start with just one, and do it well. Then you can move on to additional platforms. But don’t do more than five platforms. You don’t have the resources or time. Step 6: Decide on what type of content you will use – podcasts, blogs, videos, Webinars, etc. You can reuse and repurpose content. For example, use a podcast transcript to create a blog post. Develop a schedule because you need to be able to consistently generate worthwhile content. Content is King! Step 7: Decide on your budget and resources. You are going to have to spend some money. For example, you will have a team that handles various tasks – and you will need to pay them. Also, you will need to set aside time to regularly check your social media pages. Step 8: Decide on roles. Who will do what and when? Find the right person for the job and have the roles clearly defined. In this episode of Business Brain Food you will learn:

** How to generate leads and sales

** Why you need to invest time or money

** The importance of developing a strategy/platform

** 8-Step Process

** Social media platforms to use

Resources mentioned in this episode:

** Downloadable: 8-Step Downloadable Cheat Sheet

** Join Ben Fewtrell on: LinkedIn

** Join Ben Fewtrell on: Twitter

** Join Ben Fewtrell on: Facebook

** Statistics: Social Media Statistics Australia

** Other Podcasts: Amy Porterfield

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Is your Business utilising Social Media?

Does your business have a Facebook page? Are you on Twitter? LinkedIn? If not, you need to use the 8-step process to grow your business! Also, if you are enjoying these Business Brain Food podcasts, then make sure to share them via social media sites or email the links to family and friends. A lot of time and effort goes into producing each of these podcasts with the goal in mind of the more people we can inspire about business the better. You can help us do just that! Until next time, have a profitable day! Cheers, Ben Fewtrell (02) 9111 5000

Direct download: BBF052_How_to_Grow_your_Business_using_Social_Media_with_Ben_Fewtrell.mp3
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How to Build the Business of Your Dreams

If you won the lottery, what would you do? Would you continue to do what you are doing? Are you passionate about what you do? Keith Abraham Is the “Master of Passion.” He is a speaker, writer, best-selling author, and thought leader on passionate performance and building. He is passionate about what he is doing!

Keith has developed 12 questions to ask yourself to discover your passion and to build the business of your dreams. Questions include: How many customers do you need? How many employees and offices would you have? How many days off would you have each year? How many hours would you work each week? All of the questions help you determine where you are and give you clarity to get you where you want to go.

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Life is made up of four components: What you love to do, like to do, have to do, and hate to do. The majority of our lives are comprised of what we have to do and hate to do. Do you hate what you are doing? Or do you have a calling? Find your passion and this will give you the energy and enthusiasm to go through the have to and hate to items. You can either pursue your passion and earn an income by doing it; or go out and earn a living so you have the resources to pursue your passion. Get on the right path and pursue your passion! In this episode of Business Brain Food you will learn:

** Questions to ask

** Four components of passions

** How to find your passion

** Four components of life

** Two categories of passion

Resources mentioned in this episode:

** Keith Abraham: www.keithabraham.com

** Keith Abraham Blog: www.keithabraham.com/blog

** Keith Abraham Products: www.keithabraham.com/products

** International Speaker: www.keithabraham.com/keynote-speaker

** Cheat Sheet and Exercise Download: New Version Handout

** TradeUP Australia: tradeupaustralia.com.au

** The Plumbettes: www.linkedin.com/company/the-plumbettes

** Ben Fewtrell LinkedIn: au.linkedin.com/in/benfewtrell

** Ben Fewtrell Twitter: twitter.com/bfewtrell

** Ben Fewtrell Facebook: www.facebook.com/ActioncoachANZ

** The Magic of Thinking Big: www.amazon.com/The-Magic-Thinking-David-Schwartz/dp/0671646788

** Tripit: www.tripit.com

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Do you have the business of your dreams?

If not, use the questions provided in this podcast to build such a business! Also, if you are enjoying these Business Brain Food podcasts, then make sure to share them via social media sites or email the links to family and friends. A lot of time and effort goes into producing each of these podcasts with the goal in mind of the more people we can inspire about business the better. You can help us do just that! Until next time, have a profitable day! Cheers, Ben Fewtrell (02) 9111 5000

Direct download: BBF051_How_to_Build_the_Business_of_your_Dreams_with_Keith_Abraham.mp3
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Profiling for Business Success With Dr. Tony Alessandra

Have you ever had problems with co-workers because you just did not mesh with them? The company you work for probably didn’t use a DISC assessment when building your team! A DISC assessment measures someone’s behavioural style - how they behave with others. DISC stands for four different patterns of behavior: D=dominance, I=influence, S=Steadiness, and C=Conscientiousness. Everyone has a mixture of all four areas. A DISC assessment is accurate, simple, and practical.

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Dr. Tony Alessandra owns a company called Assessments 24x7, which offers assessments, training, and support. Many businesses use profiling and personality tools and assessments for sales training, leadership training, team building, and communication management. Then businesses can get more sales, have better leaders and managers, and put a great team together. An assessment is an incredible strategic tool that offers tremendous value to your company! In this episode of Business Brain Food you will learn:

** Different types of assessments

** Definition of a DISC assessment

** Difference between natural and adaptive styles

** How businesses use DISC assessments

** Background of Assessments 24x7

** Difference between Myers-Briggs and DISC assessments

** How to implement assessment results

** How personality types impact all areas of your life

Resources mentioned in this episode:

** Tony Alessandra: www.alessandra.com

** Assessments 24x7: www.assessments24x7.com

** Follow Ben Fewtrell on Twitter: https://twitter.com/bfewtrell

** Digital Disruptors to Challenge Bricks and Mortar Banks: www.abc.net.au/am/content/2015/s4217362.htm

** BBF:028 The Great Fragmentation with Steve Sammartino: http://actioncoachanz.com/bbf028-the-great-fragmentation-with-steve-sammartino

** ActionCOACH: actioncoachanz.com/stitcher

** The Magic of Thinking Big: http://www.amazon.com/The-Magic-Thinking-David-Schwartz/dp/0671646788

** Speakers Office: www.speakersoffice.com

** The One Minute Manager: http://www.amazon.com/Minute-Manager-Kenneth-Blanchard-Ph-D/dp/074350917X

** Words With Friends App: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/new-words-with-friends/id804379658?mt=8

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Do you use assessments when hiring and training?

Take the advice offered in this podcast on why it is important to use assessments to take your business to the next level. Also, if you are enjoying these Business Brain Food podcasts, then make sure to share them via social media sites or email the links to family and friends. A lot of time and effort goes into producing each of these podcasts with the goal in mind of the more people we can inspire about business the better. You can help us do just that! Until next time, have a profitable day! Cheers, Ben Fewtrell (02) 9111 5000

Direct download: BBF050_Profiling_for_Business_Success_with_Dr_Tony_Alessandra.mp3
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BBF:049 15 Tips for Business Success

Some of the tips are broad, while some are specific. But each of these 15 tips makes a business successful, and they will help you succeed. Some tips you will already have in place for your business, while others have not been implemented by you – yet!

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The tips are in no specific order – so you can order them in a way that best suits you!

** Be organised: Otherwise you will miss things, and they will go astray. Create “To Do” lists; manage yourself to be effective and efficient; and use a diary to document all things that happen. Listen to BBF 045 that focuses on productivity.

** Stay Focused: Follow One Course Until Successful! It is not what you say “Yes” to, but what you say “No” What are you not doing or no longer doing?

** Develop a yearn to learn: Learn on a constant basis. Listen to podcasts and audio books. Take time to learn more.

** Recurring Sales: Make sure your business has some way to generate recurring income/sales. Contact your customers on a regular basis to let them know more about your products.

** Give great service! What kind of customer experiences have you had lately? What do they score on a scale of 1-10?

** Be consistent: Your customers know what they are going to get from your business. Be consistent in what you deliver.

** Stop worrying about your competition: Keep an eye on them and what they are up to, but don’t compare your business with others.

** Stop waiting for perfection: Take action now! Perfect is unattainable! And nothing is ever finished.

** Join or start a Mastermind group: To start off, read the book, “Think & Grow Rich.” Leverage off of other people. No one knows everything. So as a group, you can accomplish more!

** Know your numbers: Don’t be one of those who do not know their break-even point, have a cash flow forecast, a budget, etc. – cardinal sins of business!

** Have a responsive Web site: It needs to work on any device – iPad, smartphone, tablet, computer, etc.

** Build a team: The team will do the work when you are not there. Also, you can outsource anything.

** Learn from your mistakes: Don’t get upset – that won’t fix anything. Instead, learn from them.

** Action plan: Have some sort of action plan in place that includes your goals and other pieces.

** Put time into Marketing: Do as much marketing as anything else in your business. At least 50 percent of your resources need to go into marketing if you want your business to grow.

For more details on each tip, listen to the entire podcast! It will be worth your time! In this episode of Business Brain Food you will learn:

** Tips, workshops, and groups on how to use social media

** Tips to utilise as an individual

** Tips to implement in a business

** External and internal tips

Resources mentioned in this episode:

** Smashing Social Media Workshop: smashingsocialmedia.com

** Social Media Mentoring Group: actioncoachanz.com/smgroup

** Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook: www.amazon.com/Jab-Right-Hook-Story-Social

** BBF:045 How to Double Your Productivity with Colin Boyd: actioncoachanz.com/bbf045-how-to-double-your-productivity-with-colin-boyd

** Apple Inc: apple.com

** Audible: www.audible.com

** McDonald's: mcdonalds.com

** Richard Branson: www.virgin.com/richard-branson

** Think & Grow Rich: www.amazon.com/Think-Grow-Rich-Napoleon-Hill

** BBF:048 People You Must Surround Yourself With for Business Success: http://actioncoachanz.com/bbf048-people-you-must-surround-yourself-with-for-business-success-with-jen-harwood

** Bizow Online: bizowonline.com.au

** Fiverr: fiverr.com

** Elance: elance.com

** Planning Club: http://actioncoachanz.com/contact-us

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Is your business successful?

Make sure to use the tips provided in this podcast to take your business to the next level. Also, if you are enjoying these Business Brain Food podcasts, then make sure to share them via social media sites or email the links to family and friends. A lot of time and effort goes into producing each of these podcasts with the goal in mind of the more people we can inspire about business the better. You can help us do just that! Until next time, have a profitable day! Cheers, Ben Fewtrell (02) 9111 5000

Direct download: BBF049_15_tips_for_Business_Success.mp3
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People You Must Surround Yourself with for Business Success with Jen Harwood

Do the people who surround you help make you successful in business? If not, then you probably don’t have a “Great 8” team. Jen Harwood is the author of The Greatness Principle, which describes the eight relationships that people need in their business lives to cause greatness. The Great 8 is comprised of people who invest in you and have your best interest at heart. Harwood developed The Greatness Principle after working one-on-one with numerous businesses and learning about what made them successful - having a core group of people around them that they trust and confide in. But how do you get started? How do you find these people? Who do you choose?

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You are looking for certain types of individuals for your team. You want a motivator, bystander, catalyst, scholar, anchor, enthusiast, grounder, and sage that fill the mind, body, spiritual, and emotional areas of your life in business. By having a team, you are not giving up control. Instead, you are allowing them to give you points of view, feedback, and information that you may not see or understand. They give you different perspectives in order for you to make the best choices and decisions. In this episode of Business Brain Food you will learn:

** The purpose of the Greatness Principle

** Eight types of relationships involved with the Greatness Principle

** The importance of balance in perspectives

** How to build a Great 8 team

** How to communicate and connect with your team

Resources mentioned in this episode:

** The Greatness Principle: www.greatnessprinciple.com

** Jen Harwood: jenharwood.com

** Business Brain Food, Episode #2: Keys for Successful Networking with Jen Harwood

** Business Brain Food, Episode #3: John Dwyer Spills the beans on attracting more clients

** Napoleon Hill Foundation: www.naphill.org

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Look around at the people who surround you

Do they help make you successful in business? If not, then follow the advice provided in this podcast. Also, if you are enjoying these Business Brain Food podcasts, then make sure to share them via social media sites or email the links to family and friends. A lot of time and effort goes into producing each of these podcasts with the goal in mind of the more people we can inspire about business the better. You can help us do just that! Until next time, have a profitable day! Cheers, Ben Fewtrell (02) 9111 5000


How to Succeed as a Solo Business Owner with Robert Gerrish

Whether you start your own business in a garden shed, lavatory or spare bedroom, how do you get it up and running when you are on your own? About 73 percent of Australians operate a business on their own. You are not alone! You can connect and support each other. Robert Gerrish is the founder of Flying Solo, an online microbusiness community that offers help, coaching, and support for those who operate a business from home on their own.

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Solo business owners experience freedom and flexibility, but they face many challenges, as well. They usually don’t have a team to bounce ideas off of, they have to find enough clients for steady revenue, and there is so much to do. It can be stressful and overwhelming. To be a successful solo business owner, you need to focus on clarifying, planning, strategizing, and organizing your business. The Flying Solo website is a fantastic resource for entrepreneurs and we highly recommend that you head over to the website and check it out for yourselves. Also, time management, discipline, and accountability are must-have skills. Have a very clear vision of where you want to go with your business and your life! Create a business that works for you. Take time for yourself and to spend with family and friends. Move away from your desk. That’s when you come up with your best ideas! “The time you enjoy wasting, is not wasted time.” – as said by Bertrand Russell, John Lennon, and others. In this episode of Business Brain Food you will learn:

** The biggest challenges of home-based businesses

** How to overcome those challenges

** The importance of having a vision and plan for your business

** How to use resources such as books

** About outsourcing work and tasks

** Why to document procedures and processes

** Tips on how start your own business

Resources mentioned in this episode:

** Robert Gerrish: www.robertgerrish.com

** Flying Solo: www.flyingsolo.com.au

** Flying Solo Facebook: facebook.com/FlyingSoloAU

** Qt Gold Coast Hotel: www.qtgoldcoast.com.au

** Jonathan MacDonald: jonathanmacdonald.com

** 28 Thoughts On Digital Revolution: jonathanmacdonald.com/books/

** TEDx: www.ted.com/about/programs-initiatives/tedx-program

** ABC Four Corners: http://iview.abc.net.au/programs/four-corners

** E-Myth: michaelegerbercompanies.com/web

** Goole Docs: www.docs.google.com

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Do you have a home-based business?

Do you need help and guidance starting your business? Use the information provided in this podcast to reach out to others. We would also highly recommend checking out the Flying Solo website if you are an Entrepreneur. It contains so many great resources to help you in each and every aspect of your business and you certainly wont be disappointed with what you find. Also, if you do have a business and you would like a mentor of whom you can meet with in person and speak about tactics to help you grow your business, then speak with us at ActionCOACH today about Business Coaching. Our business coaches help business owners all over the world and are able to help direct and guide you as well. Until next time, have a profitable day! Cheers, Ben Fewtrell (02) 9111 5000

Direct download: BBF047_How_to_succeed_as_a_solo_business_owner_with_Robert_Gerrish.mp3
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AutoPilot Your Business with Heather Porter and Andrew McCauley

Are you living in a cave? Are you still scratching your head about Twitter and other social media sites? Then, as a business owner and/or entrepreneur, you need to learn how to use social media to drive marketing and sales. First, you need a web site for your business. AutoPilot and automate your site to convert visitors into customers and generate sales. Your Web site should sculpt your customer’s journey!

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How do you autopilot your business and Web site? Get help! Andrew McCauley and Heather Porter, founders of AutoPilot Your Business, help business owners utilize online and social media marketing. AutoPilot teaches and educates people on how to use these platforms for their business. Also, it helps businesses concentrate on getting online and developing a strong Web presence. Here are some key tips to follow:

** Your Web site needs to be viewable on both computers and mobile devices.

** Make sure to feature fresh, unique, and relevant content.

** Simplify your site - less clicks and scrolling the better!

In this episode of Business Brain Food you will learn:

** How to utilize the online world and social media

** About tools and plug-ins to use for your Web site

** What devices are used to view Web sites

** How to set-up a Web site (hosting, domain, themes, design, etc.)

** What to include on your site (forms, blogs, about)

** About opt-in giveaway items (checklists, downloads, etc.)

** About email autoresponders (Mail Chimp, Constant Contact, etc.)

** How to drive traffic to your Web site

Resources mentioned in this episode:

** AutoPilot Your Business: www.autopilotyourbusiness.com

** AutoPilot Your Business – Connect With Us Socially: aybsocial.com

** AutoPilot Your Business Podcasts: autopilotyourbusiness.com/podcasts/

** Snapchat: snapchat.com

** WordPress.com: wordpress.com

** WordPress.org: wordpress.org

** Envato Market: themeforest.net

** LeadPages: leadpages.net

** MailChimp: mailchimp.com/

** Constant Contact: www.constantcontact.com

** Campaign Monitor: www.campaignmonitor.com

** AWeber: www.aweber.com

** Outbrain: www.outbrain.com

** Kalin's PDF Creation Station: wordpress.org/plugins/kalins-pdf-creation-station

** Dropbox: dropbox.com

** 6 Steps to Fast Track Your Business: businessfasttrack.com.au

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Is your Web site everything it can be?

Does it bring in customers and generate sales? If not, make sure to use the tips and advice provided in this podcast to improve your site! Also, if you are enjoying these Business Brain Food podcasts, then make sure to share them via social media sites or email the links to family and friends. A lot of time and effort goes into producing each of these podcasts with the goal in mind of the more people we can inspire about business the better. You can help us do just that! Until next time, have a profitable day. Cheers, Ben Fewtrell (02) 9111 5000

Direct download: BBF046_Autopilot_Your_Business_with_Heather_Porter_and_Andrew_McCauley.mp3
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How to Double Your Productivity with Colin Boyd

Many of us struggle to get everything done for work. We log a ridiculous amount of work hours. There are so many distractions like cell phones and tablets that take away our focus. How can we be more productive and stay focused when there is so much to do and we are being pulled in so many directions? And how do we get rid of the Superman mentality?

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Colin Boyd will share hacks on how we can get more done in less time by being more efficient and productive. He is a high-performance, leadership, and productivity coach. He helps business professionals be more productive and become better leaders and influencers. Colin encourages business owners and employees to follow various tips, including learning to let go of a few things by outsourcing some tasks, making lists of what you want to achieve each day, and taking time to be inspired to think about planning and other strategic tasks. It’s not about how many hours you work. It’s about what time you spend working on! In this episode of Business Brain Food you will learn:

** How to handle and reduce distractions

** The six modes of work

** How to create five must-haves for each day

** About tools and apps that help you be productive

** The three forces of focus

** The Brazilian Barbecue concept

** About mistakes made that effect productivity

Resources mentioned in this episode:

** Colin Boyd

** Hewlett-Packard Co.

** Suncorp Insurance

** Flight Centre

** Gloria Jeans

** Aurora Energy

** LS Travel Retail

** The Perfect Wave

** Anytime Fitness

** fiverr.com

** oDesk

** Evernote

** Wunderlist

** OmniFocus

** Dropbox

** The Charisma Myth

** Voxer

** 6 Steps to Fast Track Your Business

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Now it is up to you!

Are there just not enough hours in the day to get all of your work done? No worries. Just use the information provided in this podcast to get more done is less time. If there are things, that after listening to this podcast that you decide to implement, we would love to hear about it. You can let us know by simply putting your key take a ways in the comments section below. Until next time, have a profitable day! Cheers, Ben Fewtrell (02) 9111 5000

Direct download: BBF045_How_to_Double_your_Productivity_with_Colin_Boyd.mp3
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