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  1. WHY WORKING HARD IS NOT WORKING SMART Podcast available at TheEntrepreneursRadioShow.com for full interview with Cameron Herold

  2. A lot of people are always looking for that silver bullet; they're looking for that magic pill; they're looking for the easy way out. Well there isn't an easy way out. • What works is working smarter, not working hard.

  3. how to achieve your goals • Know the importance of honing your skill of stating the problem, • creating the opportunity and • visualizing the goal

  4. how to achieve your goals • people get on a diet of consuming books and they never stop but they never implement. • true wisdom comes in the implementing. that's what people are missing

  5. how to achieve your goals • doing and making mistakes, and then correcting it is where the hyper learning occurs. • it's also where the growth occurs.

  6. momentum creates momentum • So to get momentum you just have to start things and execute. • Perfectionismand procrastinationis what slows everything down.

  7. key principles of a successful business • leveraging vision and alignment of people, • making sure that culture was fantastic, • and leveraging the free press.

  8. key principles of a successful business • getting everyone completely aligned with the same vision so that everyone could see what the CEO could see

  9. key principles of a successful business • create a real great, world-class culture that attracts people to your company like a magnet.

  10. Fact or Fiction? • “Hire for attitude, train for skill?” • hire people that are both culturally fit and had the skill set to do their job.

  11. hire people who have done it before • The next part is making sure that all those people are aligned so that they're all pulling in that same direction.

  12. hire motivated people When you hire motivated people you don't have to hold them accountable, they hold themselves accountable. • 3 A-players can replace 7-8 regular players.

  13. using the 80-20 principle • Think about what you want your clients to see and tell them they're going to see it.

  14. Reflection: • How focused are our people, how focused is our marketing, how focused are we with our time?

  15. Reflection: • What are your goals? • What are the strategic initiatives or projects to make those goals come true?

  16. Reflection: • You can have all these great goals and these great ideas. But if you don't actually start working on it it'll never happen.

  17. Reflections: "Forget past mistakes, forget failures, forget everything except what you're going to do now and do it." ~ William Durant

  18. THEENTREPRENEUR’SRADIO SHOW Conversations with Self-made Millionaires & High-level Entrepreneurs that Grow Your Business a production of Rock Star Entrepreneur Network www.rockstarentrepreneurnetwork.com