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"slipper noor" Discussed on The Authority Project

The Authority Project

05:05 min | 2 months ago

"slipper noor" Discussed on The Authority Project

"To the virtual stage your host. Brian s arnold. All right year background another wing just need is just me and i want to get it. Get it clear why you should never underestimate the learning curve imitate. You had it all planned out. Twenty twenty one ahead all planned out. And i had the try something new. It kinda started with me trying to be more soundproof. Make emit or sow for my own. Making you feel better with better sound. Probably it's hit or miss. Probably but i wanted to do better for you in that regard but i try something new clothes start. My own. Little path of sound was using garage band. And i still use a little bit here because the simple and easy but i started for new tune to my will into my my my two blocks they go my two blocks in. Does something easy because i you know you see the people talking about it. Always greatest simple blah blah. You see the youtube videos. Get their imitate. Something it's not i mean. Part of the is simple but still things you have to learn. This doesn't things. I don't even know how to even function with that too. But i like what i'm like. I like it. But there's there's a learning curve people. Sometimes you think that you're adding something that will not take long to be easier. You just throw it in there right wrong so wrong so i don't care what it is simple mark to like the scripted. I'm using we all by these little things that make our life easier supposedly then it could be some kind of new software. You still have to learn some stuff you still have to follow the instructions structured. Figure out what's what is what i know. Maybe you've invested in. The course could be all what the new thing to help. Grow is nothing to help us. Make things easier right. We're always doing this to ourselves. Maybe the next five day challenge we dentist By the challenge that this is going to help my business. Grove i do. This helped me do this. And that learning curve people learning starting to put more continent your social media platform put more content. Yes or kit. Even be a simple change in euro teen. I can tell you. I started waking up earliest six. Am in. i wasn't getting enough sleep. So i try to change it a little bit and then hey matrouh seven thirty go back to my old routes in it was a disaster this week a disaster so i had to learn from that is always a learning curve. That means you're putting something into your routine as different adding something so something has to come up. Something has come out of that. You have to really if you're tweeting. Anything adding anything. You're adjusting anything. The ripple effect that you must learn from expect it embrace it and be ready to add more space for that loading curve else. You'll be behind like am now. I've been sporadic. What my my pushing for my podcast. I apologize for that. I'm catching up. I know i'm catching up. If you wanna catch the catch me. Live is probably easier at this point in time. But i'm catching up and you'll get more of that soon. Just learn how to add more space for learning curve. Could you're going to need it. You can't add anything that time. It takes to really learn something so make sure that you're not under estimating the time it takes to learn something that you're adding to your regular routine all right. 'cause you don't wanna be behind the able. No one wants that all right so catching up more episodes on the way i am currently book solid to september would amazing guests. So they're coming a right. There's that when get put that out there. People who are interested maybe doing their own podcast. People going to plug through real quick on that waiting list. We're gonna get class two point. Oh i'm not sure. If i even actually promoted on this podcast before but if you're looking to really get into podcasting i put together. My own. little teaching thinks that. I'm starting very shortly here class. Two point oh go to podcast. Built dot com. That's podcast built dot com for that in. please get on my mailing list. The authority letter dot com. It is getting much much better but it was always good so it's been good but you know i like to improve things and i'm getting an putting him more content more chain kind of things on there something draws in yes hopefully so get on that for sure and look soon album. We'll be announcing my new facebook group. My new facebook group. It'll be different. Having before that. I wasn't i i wasn't happy with it if i was to be honest so i'm putting in a new facebook group with a better a better approach from within from me. It's more heart center for me. In what i want to teach where i want to express my message and how to help people who are trying to be everything they can't be as slipper noor's incoming from a slipper nerve in beyond so look at that. This is all a happy for you today. But i wanted to get my voice out there to sheer where i've been and why i've been kind of sporadic. I apologize for that but it's coming more things coming. I'm getting learning curve for this new tool. So you see more consistent things going away so take here and all of.

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"slipper noor" Discussed on Solopreneur Success

Solopreneur Success

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"slipper noor" Discussed on Solopreneur Success

"Experience. No preneurs right now. You may be a business of one in a sense. But whether you're entrepreneur and you have a team of one hundred people or is just you? How do you present yourself to others? Let's talk about your bigger companies gentle. And they have to hire people but this would apply. Also I believe the solar preneurs just them. So what do you look for? What kind of values? What kind of activities? What do you look for to make? Sure it's a good fit you test on a really important point because even as a Selo per if you want to grow your business at any point in time you have to have other people help you out. And even if they're not full-time employees anyone who touches your business. So maybe it's an accountant. Maybe it's a virtual assistant. Maybe it's someone who you go. Who helps you with doing graphics or last I mean there's there's a multitude of things that we need even as a solo nor to be successful. All those people really are your team so I think we have to think first of all make that shift to realize we're the CEO's of our business even as a solo prima we are and the CEO and to really approach that that touches. Our business understands those values understand what we stand for. What our brand promises what it is that we offer that distinguishes us from someone else's offering the same thing to make them choose to do business with you and so going back to those core values to really clarify and so it doesn't matter the hiring. You still hiring people along the way to help you. I know because I've done so many things I'm a solo for Noor. There's only so much we can do if we want to. Really be successful and scale and grow so hiring comes into it and even if it's GonNa be someone who's freelancer you WanNa find people who already believe in the same values that you have that they live by those pay as they embrace those values you WanNa hire people to help you out. Who really don't just feel like. Oh well you connect with them. You have a conversation and it's like wow that person's really interesting. I would love to hear more about that experience or oh there have such a fun personality. Well that's great if you WANNA have dinner with them but it does not fit the criteria for being someone. Who's going to be in alignment and help you grow your business so definitely not on emotion and I would say that that's even more important. I would say for Startup Entrepreneurs. We tend to look right now. Immediate family are close circle of friends and they may be great individuals but not necessarily the right fit for your business and your customers nets a terrific point. Well taken so knowing that we have to be very careful how we hire and knowing that the values must be shared now that we kind of defined criteria for ourselves. And see if you haven't yet do the word make sure you have defined those values write them down. Don't just have them up in your head because they won't be in front of you know. Hey is this really what I'm hiring towards now that you know this though? What's the process for bringing somebody into your team that would make sure they fit that framework assess what recommendations? Do you have to kind of make? Sure somebody's drawn into. It is right good and making sure that they maintained set of values. How would you recommend listeners? Go about doing that so I think the on boarding process is really important and again you know. Don't get distracted and think well I'm a solo premature. It doesn't matter. The principles are the same. And it doesn't matter if you're a solo poor or you're a big corporation you know with multiple thousands of employees because at the end of the day you need to go through the same steps and you need to think about for example when you bring someone on a lot of times. Were so busy working in our business. We're putting out fires and we just need someone to help us. And so we don't take the steps of what we need to do to make sure they're going to deliver what we want. And that represents who we are and so a lot of people say you know what just get this done or if if you do have a few people that you do like a quick boot can't like a fire hose style right type training. I think you need to educate them not just train them. That's a whole separate topic and then just have them. Sometimes maybe you have them in in your office with you and you had him shadow. What you're doing and then you just throw them out there and say okay now. Help me get that done so I can come over here do something else. But that's not a model for someone who's going to deliver what you want. Who's GonNa have that retention? You don't WanNa have to constantly be retraining. People over and over are looking for New People to help you. I know I've spent countless hours even if it's on fiber up work or any sort of these sort of sites to help me with the one. Austin I need as a solo poor. It's exhausting and waste so much time. So if you can find someone if you spend the time upfront and really develop and let them know that the on boarding process you're going to educate them to what you need what you stand for what you want to say. And how they should act or behavior. Express themselves that represent you if you do that upfront. You're going to help the retention so that you're not always looking for someone else to replace to help you. It like I'm doing now with the videographer with the Va. That I found. It took me some time but I'm hoping these are people that I have a relationship with that then I can grow with. I don't have to constantly be turn the wheel and finding New People that's great. I've heard the term before higher. Slow fire fast in other words. Do Your legwork affront. Make sure you're hiring the right people. And if they're not a good fit do you a favor and move on quickly because obviously one bad customer screens. Think about the last time you know you have a background. Mcdonald's last time you went through a drive. Judy had a bad experience. That may be enough to keep you from going there at the next few times you go out to a restaurant just because you don't want to deal with that because as a customer you have a certain line of expectations and your customers have expectations. And if you don't fulfill those or your team doesn't fulfill those expectations you are going to harm your business and so that's what you're slipper. Noor and you're hiring of the A. Or videographer or whoever voiceover talent. Whoever it is that you work with. That's going to have a direct impact on the customer experience that you are providing to your customers and so do your due diligence. I'll say another benefit that I don't know Joe. Maybe you mentioned. I overlooked it. But when you hire slow and you're developing those criteria. You're also making it easier on yourself because you're documenting what you're exactly looking forward to. That person doesn't work out the next time. You hire somebody for that role. You're going to go through it much faster the second time third time fourth time because you've already defined exactly what you're looking for the second reason you may WanNa do that is because by defining that role you also have a benchmark to tell our the fulfilling the criteria you use out to the person who hired so you can have a check and say okay. Are you actually fulfilling what I need you to do? If you're not maybe you didn't define fairly or you didn't communicate it clearly. Or maybe they're not the right fit for your business but at least you have something to go by in a spirit to them and fair to you because you have defined that upfront. Any different thoughts about that Joe that you now excellent point so true and in fact. That's part of the process that I talk about that. You need to clearly define what it is and you need to set the expectations for you. So that there is the accountability piece that you can go back and look to say. Was it needed? I not explain it the right way or clear enough and really put your ego aside and be willing to get in there to be the best you as an owner and to get the best from your employees and so there are other tools that we use with our clients to make sure that I'd only the best fit may be for Your Business. But also that are they actually doing. What's best suited for them immediately? So when they're doing innately what's really right for them. They're going to be happy and they're going to be much more productive. Yeah really important that you have those expectations set right from the very beginning and then there's accountability you to them and they to you super important. Yes again I was commended. What she just said about innately. We all have different strengths and we have different weaknesses. And if I'm working in my superpower some people call it then. I'm going to be happy during the day because I'm doing what I enjoy doing. What comes naturally. I'm not you know working against my own nature to make something happen and I'm going to do a better job and I'm GonNa do a better job for who I'm working for.

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