EP 277 | Accountability with BOD™ BOSS Members
June 14, 2022
If you’ve ever dreamed of having a board of directors (B.O.D., see what we did there?) then this is your episode. Kimberley interviews three awesome BOD™ BOSS Members who share tips on how to remain accountable, stay inspired and reach greater heights at every stage of your business.
In this episode we learn:
- there is no single action that will transform your business—it takes a strategic, multi-pronged approach
- determine tasks/roles that can be outsourced—it’s impossible to succeed alone
- the boss gets to choose how the business is set up; you can’t do everything and you’re not a victim
- find a posse whose ambition and drive matches your own
Justine Sterling says, “Always get paid for your worth and set a high standard for yourself. This helps all of us.”
Tracy Dyck says, “You get to decide what must be done. You have a choice because you are the boss.
Kelly Tivey says, “Surround yourself with strong, positive, likeminded people.”
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