Entrepreneurs are well-known for starting one business (or project), only to start another before organizing the first business.
The piling of work-related items in stacks of clutter wastes time and money. Yet the problem is very fixable!
These myths tend to act as mental roadblocks in a business professional’s career, causing needless grief.
The Starting from Scratch Syndrome is a propensity to try to reinvent the wheel. It wastes time and effort duplicating processes.
Your proposal was rejected. The idea was sound. There’s only one problem, you sent it before reading Bill’s blog this week.
Are you a “big picture” person? The truth is, such owners and managers should get a BIG taste of reality.