Be Relentless About Continuous Improvement
This is so important for all of us. No matter what you do, you can always improve yourself and your team. It can mean learning related to what you work on, or improving processes or procedures for your team.
Constantly evaluate every aspect of your job to find ways to improve. Share what you learn so that others can benefit as well. This type of investing in yourself makes you and those around you better at what you each do.
I continually work on organization and making sure I am getting various tasks done timely. I have tried everything from handwritten to do lists to setting appointments on my calendar to a mix of both. Each time I think I have a system I will keep, but when I look at it I always am working to improve it, which is good for me, my team and our clients.
What is it you can learn or work on to improve your time on your business? If you can't think of anything you are not thinking hard enough. I challenge you to take some time this week to think about something you want to learn about or an aspect of your job or business you can work to improve.
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About the author: Neal Bookspan is a partner at the Phoenix, Arizona law firm of Jaburg Wilk . He assists clients with business issues, commercial litigation , workouts and bankruptcy litigation. Neal can be reached at 602.248.1000