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Quality Time At Work
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How To Implement Your Plan Successfully
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Begin With The End In Mind
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Keep Getting Value From Teik Oh Dot Com
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How Do You Build A Great Corporate Culture?

Quality Time At Work

Ever gone home and thought: “what the #@%*& have I done all day?”

When you are running a business, it seems your day is not under your control. Customers need your attention, your team asks for your approval, suppliers email with problems, you open the mail and your bank account looks wrong. What do you do to get control back?

Getting quality time at work is really about focus, and a little bit of discipline. Getting control is about remembering that while you may not be in control of what happens on a day to day basis, in the sense that the results of any actions could go one way or another, you are certainly in control of what you do about it.

So, I have five systems you can implement in order to get that quality time at work, and I have created a downloadable infographic, and this video to show you how to put the system into place.

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How To Implement Your Plan Successfully

If you’ve been following my blog posts, you’ll have seen that I have given you systems to prepare your business plan, along with implementable tools and procedures to move from a compelling vision to actions.

Yet, I still get many questions about how you actually implement your plan successfully. People tell me that while they have followed my training and been able to create practical business plans, the difficulty is in keeping up momentum when they start to implement the plan.

In order to keep up the momentum weeks into the implementation, you need to be able to “see” where you are up to and what you have achieved. That way, you are able to gauge your success, adjust accordingly, and quickly understand what is your next step.

So what’s the secret? Read More

Begin With The End In Mind

Do you wonder how some people seemingly rack up win after win, complete project after project, apparently unswayed by detail and interruption?

Have you watched these people achieve goal after goal exactly as they set out to do and wondered what their secret was?

It’s because they set out with a very clear objective, and vision of what the end looks like. Stephen Covey (The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People) called it his second habit “Begin with the end in mind.”

If you have a very clear picture of what the end should look like, it resolves so many problems along the way. If you know exactly what you want at the end, the answers to questions about detail like “who should be involved,” or “who do we hire out of these choices,” or “which option is the best” all become clear because you know exactly who you need in your team to put it together because of the skills you need; what type of person to hire to best suit the way it is to be managed at the end; and which option – despite the cost – best meets your objectives most efficiently.

A vision of the end not only sets the goals, but because you are so clear on what it looks like, also establishes the correct process of getting there, because anything that doesn’t or isn’t likely to get you to exactly the right place is out. Read More

Keep Getting Value From Teik Oh Dot Com

This week is not a how-to article or video.

I just wanted to take some time out and announce new ways for you to keep getting value from my website, teikoh.com

 

 

You can register your name and email by clicking here. I promise that I will not give your details to anyone else, I hate spam as much as you do. However in return you will get from me weekly free tips, tools and resources on how to grow your business, sent directly to your inbox to read or watch at your own time.

You can also go to my courses page by clicking here and check out what courses are available to help you grow your business. Most of my online courses are “in real time” workshops so that we work together to start your business, or prepare your marketing plan, or prepare your business plan, or get yourself productive.

You can also go to teikoh.com and check out all the free downloads that will help you grow your business.

If you haven’t started a business yet and you want to, but it’s all getting confusing and overwhelming, why don’t you get my business startup checklist here.

I hope you’ll keep coming back for more!

How Do You Build A Great Corporate Culture?

I have been trying to find the exact quote but not had success. Peter Drucker, the renowned 20th century management consultant and management author is said to have said “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.”

Despite not being able to find the exact citation, the phrase certainly paraphrases much of Peter Drucker’s work.

So what is corporate culture, and why is it so kick-ass?

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