What makes a CEO or an entrepreneur so productive?
In business, we talk about profit and development as a mode of productivity. When you mirror this framework into personal growth as well, often this creates successful CEOs and entrepreneurs.
We believe that anyone who puts 100% constant effort in improving their personal life and career are entrepreneurs (and in turn their own CEOs) — those who deal with the hand that life has dealt to them, and make the best of it as they see fit.
What makes most CEOs and entrepreneurs so productive is that they take a risk in a setting where people are not willing to do so, often motivated in a return on investment. An entrepreneur is hard-working and takes an informed risk at a time of uncertainty.
Our favorite ‘productivity incubators’ this season
As you finish off the year and assess the vast changes that you, your community and the world are going through … we want to share with you are favorite ‘productivity incubators’ for this season!
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1) Refocusing time towards $-productive work
With more asset comes more responsibility. Sometimes that can hinder our performance, but virtual assistants can take away several key areas so that entrepreneurs can win back their time and continue their growth. Solutions by adding a virtual assistant:
- filling capacity needs
- lowering overhead
- increasing remote work efficiency & productivity
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2) Reading List
- Scaling Up: How a Few Companies Make It…and Why the Rest Don’t (Rockefeller Habits 2.0) by Verne Harnish.
One of our favorite books. It’s written by a billionaire guy who really did a great job of explaining the process of growing and scaling a company.
- Scaling Your Business by Daniel Rasmey
Another one of our favorites. This book explains how to scale up, win back time while creating a happy & efficient virtual workplace. (P.S. This is written by the CEO of MyOutDesk!)
- The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change by Stephen R. Covey.
- The Millionaire Next Door: The Surprising Secrets of America’s Wealthy by Thomas J Stanely
- The Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Clason
- How to Use Virtual Reality for Real Estate Marketing
2) Learning & Courses
- Mark Struczewski is a productivity expert and trainer who helps people be productive in a distracted world. He is also the host of The Mark Struczewski Podcast.
- For agents & brokers, The CE ShoP is a great place to improve yourself professionally. They produce the Shop Talk Podcast & one of their newest courses helps agents to stay safe on the job.
ENVISIONING OF A NEW REALITY FOR YOUR BUSINESS
Simply put, MyOutDesk equips entrepreneurs & business owners with tools, strategies, and virtual employees – and when combined, businesses have a competitive edge and find growth while efficient systems and processes are put in place.
MyOutDesk proudly provides additional free business growth guides, books, and strategy calls.
See what we are about, and schedule a free consultation with us. We’ll take the time to learn more about your business and offer solutions to foster top talent and lower operational costs for your company.
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Did You Know? MyOutDesk’s origin story is set during the last global financial crisis of 2008. Yes, that’s right — our business started by scaling businesses with virtual assistants during a recession! Pioneers of virtual assistant services, our first client in 2008 went from five to seventeen VAs with a completely revamped organizational model in short order, and he told MyOutDesk, “Our virtual professionals have shaved $250,000 off our monthly overhead.”