The Take Action Issue | New at Predictable Success
Reviewing my to-do list, I realized that many of the goals I’d set for 2012 need to be kicked back into gear this quarter if I’m to hit them.
What about you? What do you still need to do to hit your goals this year? I’m prepared to bet that one or more of the resources in this week’s update will help you do just that – but before you check them out for yourself, here’s a thought:
– If you’re not charged with growing something (a for-profit or not-for-profit business, division, project, group or team) OR
– You don’t need to work with others to achieve your goals, OR
– You just don’t get much of value out of these updates,
…then consider using the link at the bottom of this email to unsubscribe, and save yourself some well-deserved time and energy. I promise I won’t be offended (I won’t even know, to be truthful), and we’ll both end up doing more of what we’re each here to do :).
If, on the other hand, one or more of the resources below (or in any of the other updates) seem valuable to you, why not jump in and get involved? Predictable Success is only achieved through action, after all.
Enjoy this week’s updates – I’m off to see if my compatriot and golf prodigy, Rory McIlroy, can pull off a second-week-in-a-row victory. Enjoy the rest of your Sunday, and I hope we talk soon.
This Week Only: New Book Offer
Did you know that ‘The Synergist’ and ‘Predictable Success’ together form one comprehensive model?
This Month Only: New York Early Bird Pricing
An Early Bird Discount is now available for the upcoming New York 1-day workshop.
Great Hiring, Every Time
Last week’s article on how to hire great people every time is the most viewed piece I’ve written for Inc to date.
Every person you hire either adds to, or detracts from, your ability to achieve Predictable Success – so it’s good to get it right, yes?
Learn In Your Own Time
I realize not everyone – including you, perhaps – can make it to a live Predictable Success Workshop.
And even if you can, I only run four workshops a year, and there are only 10 seats in each – which means only a total of 40 people get to learn the Predictable Success / Synergist model in detail.