Most business owners spend almost all of their time making decisions that simply don’t matter in the bigger scheme of things.
Poor planning doesn’t always lead to disastrous outcomes, but that doesn’t excuse entrepreneurs for not managing their companies better.
Sometimes doing nothing is the smartest decision you can make, but only if you make it properly instead of idling by default.
By looking for learning opportunities and not repeating the same frustrations, business owners can avoid institutionalised learning disability.
Many business owners sabotage their growth potential because they give themselves more time than necessary to achieve what they want.