Resolutions are what makes gym businesses boom around the world each January. The annual flurry of new and old members actually showing up to work out fuels the revenue success throughout the whole year.
The January flurry also happens in businesses. Bosses everywhere try new approaches, promise to communicate better, take care of their employees, become more strategic, innovate more, or perhaps build their external network. But they will only succeed if their new habits are embedded into their daily life, not just for January.
Instead of looking at your work resolutions, look at why you need to reset them in the first place. What mechanisms were not in place that caused you to get where you are? I am working with one of my new clients on a new product roadmap for their business, but in parallel we are also developing a system so that there will be no future surprises. It’s called The Wright Rhythm.
We all know what happens to a band when they don’t have rhythm, perhaps you saw it in one of your child’s holiday concert performances? It feels disjointed and awkward, the same happens with companies that don’t have rhythm, your team gets out of step, you don’t know what tune you are trying to play, and the audience will cringe.
Want to see how in rhythm your business is?
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Dedicated to growing your business,
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