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Create Business Leverage by Harnessing the Power of Completion

Jeff Olson in his book The Slight Edge describes how uncompleted tasks are a part of our lives that tend to block our momentum and keep the past alive. This can affect our business lives and prevent our business opportunities from growing as fast as we would like them to.

To free up your energy and space for creation I suggest taking an inventory of the things that are or feel “incomplete” in your life and your business. For each one ask yourself if it’s something that is really useful and makes you happy. If not, consider if you can simply eliminate it and let it go. If it is useful then ask yourself if you can delegate it to someone else. With the remaining tasks prioritize them based on degree of importance and urgency and manage them actively to completion using your daily task manager and a model like Stephen Covey’s Urgent/Important Matrix from his book the The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.

A daily discipline of urgent completion of important tasks first will help you to empty your cup and fill it with more ideas and energy to create and stay ahead of the competition.

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Written By Rob Pilz © Copyright January 4, 2014 Revelation Business Solutions Ltd.

About Rob Pilz

A senior executive, including former CFO of public and private companies, I have over 20 years experience in building, optimizing, financing and selling businesses ranging from Fortune 500‘s to Delloite’s Technology Fast 50TM. With a talent for bringing out the best in leaders and an expertise in creating leverage, my current passion is building a network of highly conscious leaders generating a virtuous cycle of positive change and wealth. I am constantly looking for ways to improve the odds of business success and have developed a process combining mind, heart and gut to make better faster decisions that I call Zero Point Decision MakingTM. I welcome your questions or comments at mw website www.robpilz.com, to my email address at rob@robpilz.com or phone U.S. 646-480-0507, Canada 604-722-5361.

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