The biggest mistake you can make in 2009 is spending more
time “working in your business,” than “working on your
Most of you who read my blog are either business owners or
senior managers of organizations. As such, you have the
ability to either outsource or delegate non-essential
business development activities to someone else.
HR CONTRARIAN POINTER: Working in your business will
certainly get production out the door and will make you
feel good at the end of the day. But, your job is not to
stay busy. Your job is to grow and develop your business.
Whether you own the company or you’re a manager of the
business, you must develop a routine that is designed to
allow you to spend more time working on your business.
You don’t just owe this to the business, you owe it to
Happy New Year!