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Slow Cook Your Business Goals for Success

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Along the “slow down theme” of this week, I have a guest post over at DumbLittleMan.com.

The article is for anyone who is frustrated with their rate of progress on their business goals. It can also apply to many other types of goals.
The suggested solution may seem counter-intuitive, but I’ve found it has worked well for me.

Check it out. Think about it for a few days to let it sink in, and then determine if it might work for you.

DumbLittleMan.com: Slow Cook Your Business Goals for Success

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5 Responses to Slow Cook Your Business Goals for Success

  1. ru4real August 25, 2007 at 8:11 am #

    Great article, Agent Sulley. Kind of reminds me of the tortoise and the hare! I have always loved that story – maybe because I’ve always been so slow. I’ve learned that, oftentimes, I win regardless of whether I’m the very first at the finish line. A job done well, carries a lot of weight.

  2. agentsully August 25, 2007 at 10:41 pm #

    RU4Real – thanks!

  3. Las Vegas Real Estate Agent June 25, 2008 at 3:51 am #

    I have found in my real estate career that taking it slow is the only way to grow a successful business. Rather than trying to rustle up a multitude of home buyers at one time in the hopes that one or two would buy, I was much better off just concentrating on a few. They were more apt to buy and definitely more apt to refer their friends. And a referral IS the easiest sale of all.

    The toughest part for me now is after 25 years in the business, I have so MUCH business that I never seem to have time to slow down. I have tried hiring other agents to take clients out, a manager to manage the agents, etc. But it is a self perpetuating cycle that just seems to get bigger and bigger.

    Success breeds success, no doubt about it. And building a business slowly the right way will bring more rewards in the end than you can imagine.

  4. agentsully July 11, 2008 at 5:00 pm #

    @Las Vegas REA – Congrats! Nice job!

  5. Benny August 18, 2008 at 1:01 am #

    Good article, it really help the people who is frustrated there business. I suggest here everyone, keep patient, because one day is definitely came, when you reach your business goal.
    I found one article who also help people to enhance there business, while making there marketing plan.

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