Here are three quick ideas for your today to help your company win big:
1. Ask how do we win
Ask yourself and your people this question — How does our company win big? I know you may think this sounds silly because, of course, you’re trying to win, but I want you to ask that question anyways. Get a group of your people together, ask the question, and then write down on a whiteboard all the things that they come up with it. Also, write down your own ideas as well on how you would win big in your business. What does that look like?
2. Start each day with winning
The second thing I would ask you to do is to start all meetings and the beginning of each work day with the idea of winning. Ask how are we going to win today? What’s are our wins going to be today?
3. Document your wins
The third step is at the end of the day, particularly with new people as you hire them and bring them on, have them document what their wins were for the day. Also have them document why it was important and what the next step will be for them in their winning process at work.
What you will find if you focus on winning — there will be more winning!! You’ll identify more wins and you’ll develop a culture of people that come to work every day expecting to win. When we expect to win, our mind actually finds a way for us to win, and we become this unstoppable, amazing company that’s all about winning. But in order to win we have to focus on what we are doing that’s creating the winning. How are we winning, what does that look like, and what do I need to do to win every day?
These are the three steps that we would give you to implement into your company. Try It, use it, and then report back to us and let us know how the winning is going there. Remember what you focus on, grows and multiplies. Focus on your winning. Then as you do that, your people will focus on it. And in turn, you’ll see more and more success. Subscribe to our YouTube channel or reach out to us on our website at www.confidencecoach.org. We’d love to hear from you. Make it a great day.