June 7


Business Strategies and Tips for June 10-14, 2013


Maggie’s 5 Business Strategies & Tips for Next Week!

Have you ever wondered which business strategies and tips you should be focusing on? Wouldn’t it be wonderful if every Friday you could have 5 ideas to improve your business next week? Well you don’t need to wait any longer! Now you have a brilliant Business Strategist come to you each Friday with 5 Tips to improve your business’s success.

Every Friday, now my non-Twitter followers can have the same competitive advantage for YOUR business strategies, even without tweeting capabilities 🙂 Each Friday I will share 5 business strategies or tips from one of this century’s greatest business advisers, Stephen R. Covey, and me as YOUR Executive Mentor Coach, formerly know as Business Rescue Coach, sharing how to apply this wisdom to your business. I suggest you print out the list and take action to assist you and your business’s performance 🙂

Top 10 Business Strategies to Ponder & Act Upon:

Weekly Planning
Planning a Productive Business Week


Stephen R. Covey:  Most people say their main fault is a lack of discipline.

Maggie’s Inquiry: Are staying committed to what you planned and/or stated would be so? If not, correct this right away!


Stephen R. Covey: People’s main problem is that their priorities have not become deeply planted in their hearts and minds.

Maggie’s Inquiry: Last week we blogged about re-prioritizing to be successful. Did you do this yet?


Stephen R. Covey: One person can be a change catalyst, a “transformer” in any situation, any organization.

Maggie’s Inquiry: No matter what position you hold, you can be the change you seek. Are you?


Stephen R. Covey: It requires vision, initiative, patience, respect, persistence, courage, and faith to be a transforming leader.

Maggie’s Inquiry: Regardless of what title you hold, are you leading transformation within your workplace? If not, just start today!


Stephen R. Covey: Organizing on a weekly basis provide greater balance and context than daily planning.

Maggie’s Inquiry: Are you A balancing a daily plan for routine items and weekly planning for project items? It works 🙂


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 ~
Maggie Mongan, Business Rescue Coach
Brilliant Breakthroughs, Inc.


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  1. I like the idea that is presented for Friday. I have not looked at my planning in this way…. the daily versus the weekly. Looking at the week ahead, and even the month ahead, I can see a bigger picture if what I want to accomplish…then break that down to small steps which I would put into weekly or daily chores…. I like it! Thanks for all your input Maggie. There is so much in all of your posts!

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