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Today’s show is a quick 9 minute answer to a question I get fairly often. It’s quite a few questions rolled up into one.
How do I know when to quit something?
How do I know when I should do something different?
How do I know if what I’m doing is working?
And there are others, but you get the drift. It’s not complicated, but it can often be very difficult. That’s why increasingly I urge people to surround themselves with better people who can serve them. Your crowd – the people you choose to surround yourself with – can become your best decision-making tool. I so firmly believe it in I’m producing a podcast for Leo Bottary at LeoBottary.com – Year of the Peer podcast. Leo is fond of saying, “Who you surround yourself with matters.” Check out the podcast. It’s an interview-style podcast with some exceptional guests including Rich Karlgaard, the publisher of Forbes.
Now, go figure out what you can do better to grow a great business (and a great career).
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