25 min

139 Jaime Masters - Level Up Your Business Journey The Go-Giver Podcast

    • Management & Marketing

Business, Mastery, Owner, Systems, Team
 
Summary
 
Is discipline actually … freeing? We’ll look at that in our Thought of the Day. And in our interview segment, Jamie Masters brings some on-point thoughts and suggestions regarding being on top of the business you’re growing successfully. That and more on today’s show.
 
Bob's Thought of the Day
 
We’ll explore:
 
“Discipline is freedom.” It sounds “Orwellian”...but it’s not. Two examples of business areas where discipline equals freedom: networking and giving a presentation. How the discipline and good, positive habits we impose on ourselves today will allow us to act with a confidence and sense of freedom, born from that very discipline.  
Interview with Jaime Masters
 
You’ll discover:
 
Why Jaime has her clients do a detailed time audit, and the surprising insights it brings. The importance of designating an “operator” who pays attention to the details. Why you should delegate but not abdicate. What it means to “80/20” your systems so you aren’t making systems you never use. How Jaime’s Ownerbox process uses systems and workflows to helps owners be better leaders and managers.

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On this episode, learn the wisdom behind “delegate, don’t abdicate.” @Eventualmillion It’s very lonely at the top as an #owner, and when we don’t look at something, nobody calls us out on it. @Eventualmillion The more awareness, the easier it will be. @Eventualmillion #business  
Interview Links
 
EventualMillionaire.com
Jaime’s resources mentioned on this episode
Eventual Millionaire Podcast
The Eventual Millionaire by Jaime Tardy
Connect with Jaime on Facebook
Connect with Jaime on LinkedIn
Follow Jaime on Twitter
Follow Jaime on Instagram
Jaime’s YouTube channel
 
Resources
 
The Go-Giver Influencers Facebook LIVE Show
Order The Go-Giver Influencer
Sell The Go-Giver Way Audio Program
GoGiverSalesAcademy.com
The Go-Giver Leader
TheGoGiver.com
GoGiverSpeaker.com
Burg.com
How to Post a Review
 

Business, Mastery, Owner, Systems, Team
 
Summary
 
Is discipline actually … freeing? We’ll look at that in our Thought of the Day. And in our interview segment, Jamie Masters brings some on-point thoughts and suggestions regarding being on top of the business you’re growing successfully. That and more on today’s show.
 
Bob's Thought of the Day
 
We’ll explore:
 
“Discipline is freedom.” It sounds “Orwellian”...but it’s not. Two examples of business areas where discipline equals freedom: networking and giving a presentation. How the discipline and good, positive habits we impose on ourselves today will allow us to act with a confidence and sense of freedom, born from that very discipline.  
Interview with Jaime Masters
 
You’ll discover:
 
Why Jaime has her clients do a detailed time audit, and the surprising insights it brings. The importance of designating an “operator” who pays attention to the details. Why you should delegate but not abdicate. What it means to “80/20” your systems so you aren’t making systems you never use. How Jaime’s Ownerbox process uses systems and workflows to helps owners be better leaders and managers.

Click to Tweet
 
On this episode, learn the wisdom behind “delegate, don’t abdicate.” @Eventualmillion It’s very lonely at the top as an #owner, and when we don’t look at something, nobody calls us out on it. @Eventualmillion The more awareness, the easier it will be. @Eventualmillion #business  
Interview Links
 
EventualMillionaire.com
Jaime’s resources mentioned on this episode
Eventual Millionaire Podcast
The Eventual Millionaire by Jaime Tardy
Connect with Jaime on Facebook
Connect with Jaime on LinkedIn
Follow Jaime on Twitter
Follow Jaime on Instagram
Jaime’s YouTube channel
 
Resources
 
The Go-Giver Influencers Facebook LIVE Show
Order The Go-Giver Influencer
Sell The Go-Giver Way Audio Program
GoGiverSalesAcademy.com
The Go-Giver Leader
TheGoGiver.com
GoGiverSpeaker.com
Burg.com
How to Post a Review
 

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