John R. Ingrisano
Fred Pryor/Career Track, the seminar people, have become one of my key clients. I get to travel around the country and do business workshops. Pretty neat. Check them out at www.pryor.com.
One of their policies is to encourage their contractors to analyze the events of the day, to create a list of LBs (what you “liked best” about your last presentation) and NTs (things you would do differently “next time”). I’m finding that it is valuable process for learning, growing and improving. I’m also finding that writing down my LBs and NTs can be surprising, as I realize things I might have overlooked.
Just as important, it is also a positive experience. NTs aren’t about things you’ve screwed up (SUs?), but activities/actions that could/should be done differently/better the next time.
So work hard, make money, have fun, and track what you’re doing right, as well as where you can improve.
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