EP 167 | BOD™ Business Alert – April 23, 2020

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About this Episode

Rather than wait for business to return to normal, let’s accept that everything has changed and the new normal might even be an improvement. In this episode, Kimberley makes some predictions about opportunities that will be a direct result of the current world crisis.

In this episode we learn:

  • trade up—reconsider trade relationships and make positive changes
  • introduce a contract between you and your trades (Resource Guide to Excellence)
  • staff up—reconsider staff (independent contractor) relationships and make positive changes
  • make time now to work on your business, finally
  • embrace new technology; it’s here to stay
  • get ready to have less competition and more runway for the work you love

Take Away

Science of Well-Being


Recommended Learning:

COURSE: Resource Guide to Excellence | Trade Contract

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