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Business Strategies: 10 Brilliant Strategies for Week May 28-June 1, 2012

YOUR Business Rescue Coach’s
10 Brilliant Business Strategies for Next Week!

Have you ever wondered what you should be focusing on? What a brilliant Business Strategist might say to you to help you with your business strategies for growth and prosperity? Well, the good news is you don’t have to wait any longer, how about 2 brilliant strategists to help you?!?

Every Friday,  now my non-Twitter followers can have the same competitive advantage, even without tweeting capabilities 🙂 Each Friday I share with you my list of 10 tweets for the following week (5 from the “Grandfather of Modern Business”, Peter F. Drucker,  and 5 from me as Lunchtime Business Strategies) to help you with practical and tactical topics to ponder and take action on for greater successes. I suggest you print out the list 🙂

Top 10 Business Strategies to Ponder & Act Upon:


Peter Drucker:  The best plan is only good intentions unless it degenerates into work.

Lunchtime Business Strategy: Be creative! While playing today, refresh your mindset. Your business and you will naturally be refreshed as a result of this!


Peter Drucker: The distinction that marks a plan capable of producing results: commitment of key people regularly working on specific tasks.

Lunchtime Business Strategy: Once you know your goal, assigning time and talent, even if it is you, to a project is the first step to fulfilling a strategy.


Peter Drucker: If you think you are working on a plan, ask yourself “Which of my best people have I put on this work today?”

Lunchtime Business Strategy: Unless actions are assigned and being fulfilled, strategies are not. “Tomorrow” is not the answer to today’s requirements!


Peter Drucker: Work implies accountability, a deadline, and measurement of results (feedback on the results of the work that was completed).

Lunchtime Business Strategy: 5 minutes, or less, of daily updates with each team member to assure their success is critical to the project’s overall success.


Peter Drucker: Establish numerical criteria and goals to measure results. Set early deadlines for your staff, yourself, and your project.

Lunchtime Business Strategy: Numeric measurements always serve you best to assess effectiveness. Make sure you have your deadlines (earlier than required) as a success metric.

FYI: One of my favorite things to do with clients is to help them develop their Business’s Purpose, Vision, and Mission Statements. How? By using my 2nd greatest secret super power to make businesses strong and insanely profitable! If you would like to discuss this further, please give me a call at the number below 🙂

If you or your business needs rescuing on this particular topic
or any other Business Strategies we have been discussing,
please reach out to Maggie (262) 716.7750   FYI: I’m in the Central Time Zone

Blessings of Success to YOU ~
The Business Rescue Coach, Maggie Mongan
Brilliant Breakthroughs, Inc.


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