Todd Herman – 90 Day Year
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1 too many hats…
If you’re feeling overwhelmed by all of the responsibilities, tasks and skills you have to develop as an entrepreneur…you’re not alone! When you think about all of the activities that have to happen inside of a business, it’s completely overwhelming!
Here are just a few: Marketing, Finance, Legal, HR, Sales, Operations, Product Development, Service Delivery Etc.
Those realities don’t change whether you’re a solo-entrepreneur or a big corporation.
Heck, just inside of the world of marketing, there’s: Lead Generation, Lead Conversion, Promotions, Graphic Design, Brand Design, Referral Management, SEO, Video, Podcasting, Infographics, Market Research and on and on…
And the moment that we become an entrepreneur we begin to put on all of those hats and get caught in a tornado of uncertainty (am I doing the right thing? what should I focus on? where should I spend the little money I have?)…
It’s no wonder we have such tremendous respect for entrepreneurs! Anyone else looks at that and says, “that’s crazy!” You say… “I’m in!”
2 wheel spinning…
Anybody that’s driven a car across slippery ice or been stuck in the mud spinning their wheels, knows that pressing down on the gas pedal doesn’t translate into getting more traction from your tires.
Well in the world of the business owner and entrepreneur, the slippery ice is the illusion of a new opportunity or ‘shiny object’ and the sticky mud is getting bogged down with too many projects with none getting completed.
And you know what other people tell you to do… Work harder!
Well that’s just pressing the gas pedal down harder and we end up burned out.
Entrepreneurs in 2015 need to get TRACTION and learn to work differently because the opportunities and distractions are only going to multiply! The world is definitely not slowing down…
Every entrepreneur is also a creator. It’s in our DNA. But it’s our blind belief in our ideas that can also be our downfall.
Too many entrepreneurs believe so passionately in their idea. They start to build a business around it; investing money, time and emotion. But they’re still just operating from a Guess!
They get so blinded by their own idea they fail to do their research, talk to potential customers and get some data on the demand for their fantastic idea.
Simply, making a small change in their approach would save them from the pain of lost money, lost time and lost confidence.
The biggest of them all though is lost time, which turns into lost opportunity.
About Todd Herman
Todd Herman, runs 2 boutique consulting and advisory companies. One serves professional, Olympic and amateur athletes and he’s worked with athletes in the NHL, Real Madrid, NFL, Pro Golf and numerous other sports.
His other consulting and coaching company serves high level executives and entrepreneurs.
In the business world, he’s become the performance and leadership advisor to two self-made billionaires, Cisco Executives, members of the Spanish Royal Family and numerous entrepreneurs.
His professional programs are in 19 of the Fortune 50 companies, delivered to over 200,000 professionals annually in 73 countries. In 2010 he was honored at the Cannes International Advertising Festival with being “The World’s Greatest Salesperson”.
He’s been featured on Sky Business News, The Today Show & Today Show Australia, the NY Times, CBS Radio, Huffington Post, Business Insider and the Boston Herald has called him a “Training Superstar”.
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