If it’s hard to get yourself going in the morning, sometimes a stiff cup of coffee isn’t enough to do the job. Solo entrepreneurs complain of the tedious “Bottle Washer” jobs they must complete in their startup. Salespeople need more “Yes” when their day is filled with “No”.
If any of the above describes you, grab your smart phone or MP3 player and make an energizing music playlist with the following Rock Anthems:
We Are The Champions – Queen
Who Are You? – The Who
Born In The U.S.A – Bruce Springsteen
Don’t Stop Believin’ – Journey
Immigrant Song – Led Zeppelin
Move Along – All American Rejects
Raise Your Hands – Bon Jovi
Dancing In The Streets – Van Halen
American Idiot – Green Day
The Anthem – Good Charlotte
I Will Follow – U2
Bring Me To Life – Evanescence
U.S. Blues – Grateful Dead
Young Americans – David Bowie
Star Spangled Banner – Jimi Hendrix
Sometimes a playlist of great music can help make you more productive. If a particular song gets you going in the morning or during a late afternoon sinking spell, share it with us. If more than great music recommendations, you need help managing those parts of your business that distract you from your goals of growing it, we might be able to help. We help early stage businesses and entrepreneurs find the shortest path to growth and increased profitability through outsourcing. Learn how to get more “Yes” today at 530.645.1636 or by e-mail at info@tdbizsolutions.
Change, Disruption and 2020 in Review
by Tom Larsen | 06 Jan, 2021 |
change, choice, disruption, pandemic |
Over the the past year, I largely wrote about change and disruption. I even had a blog about change in March, Pre-Pandemic. Change and disruption are inextricably linked which generally creates resistance to change because it creates disruption. Most people do not seek disruption. It is less predictable than status quo.This past year has been … Continue reading Change, Disruption and 2020 in Review→
In the past, disruption in business terms was when a new entrant to an existing market was doing some aspect radically different. Airbnb was a new kind of lodging (instead of hotels/motels). Uber was a new kind of transportation option (instead of taxis/busses). Blockbuster and Netflix in their own ways were new ways to get … Continue reading You thought you understood disruption→
No one would dream of waiting until the day before the wedding to plan and invite the guests. Yet, we know from our own experience that millions of people wait until Christmas Eve to shop for Christmas day.