P is for Profit

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Summary

As an entrepreneur, it’s easy to think that spending a lot of time on your business will translate into success. But being busy doesn’t mean you actually get anything done, says Geoff Woods, VP of The ONE Thing and host of the The ONE Thing podcast (one of the top 5% of podcasts on the globe).

Show Notes

As an entrepreneur, it’s easy to think that spending a lot of time on your business will translate into success. 
 
But being busy doesn’t mean you actually get anything done, says Geoff Woods, VP of The ONE Thing and host of the The ONE Thing podcast (one of the top 5% of podcasts on the globe).
 
You have to invest that time to actually see a solid return. And, explains Geoff, you do that by focusing your effort on the one thing that would make everything else in your business easier. Otherwise, you’ll never achieve the success you’re capable of.
 
We talk about how to find that one thing… and what you do next, as well as…
 
  • Why your business is like a row of dominoes ready to fall – and that’s a good thing

  • The right way to measure results

  • The lie of productivity – and how to avoid it

  • The power of “I don’t know”

  •  And more

What is P is for Profit?

Small business is crazy competitive and too often profits are razor-thin. However, some people are bringing home big, bankable profits. Adam Lean, small business veteran and founder of TheCFOProject.com interviews top small business experts to uncover the secrets to building a profit-focused company. Along the way, he'll break down all the complex finance stuff and make it simple and easy to understand so you can be a better business owner and own a more profitable business. Watch the on-demand video seminar: "Why Your Small Business Might Not Be as Profitable as it Should Be" at theCFOproject.com/video.