The “Measurement Doctor” Releases His #1 Business Strategy
Esteemed Business Development Coach Explains the Main Reasons Why Entrepreneurs Sell Their Businesses—and Ways to Prevent That from Happening
Canada – George Gill, also known as the “Measurement Doctor,” has just released in his small business ideas video series his #1 business strategy and elaborated on how entrepreneurs should go about their respective endeavors.
According to Gill, several marketing studies have shown that approximately 50% of entrepreneurs sell their businesses because of burn-out or boredom. However, he believes that such issues can be avoided and through his strategy —entrepreneurs will be able to focus on their businesses more, thereby resulting to greater productivity and growth .
The Measurement Doctor suggested that an effective strategy for handling business is the so-called “RRSP,” which stands for “Rest-Recharge-Strategize-and-Plan.”
Accordingly, the said strategy is designed to give people, particularly entrepreneurs, with some time off from the daily grinds of running a business. In turn, this will prevent them from quickly burning out and losing focus on what’s important.
Gill explained that business people should invest in themselves first . By doing so, people will be able to revive the passion and drive that they had when they were starting out. Once they are able to achieve this, then they will be able to give more attention to their businesses—as well as make the best decisions, if and when needed.
As examples, the Measurement Doctor said that people can take extra long weekends or even take the whole week off to relax and re-focus on their businesses. If some hesitate to take long vacations (because they worry about their businesses)—working remotely can help resolve such issue.
Setting himself as an example, the respected business coach admits that 95% of his work can actually be done remotely. Accordingly, this makes it easier for him to get updates (even while he’s on work-cation).
He likewise added that he makes it a point to take these getaways religiously every month, as it allows him to rejuvenate his mind—thereby giving him that added stamina to do what needs to be done for his businesses.
Gill said: “People need to invest in themselves. This is very important. If you aren’t able to give yourself a break once in a while, then you will get tired—and you will lose focus on what’s important.”
“Now, this doesn’t mean you have to spend large dollar investments employing this strategy. Sometimes, a short drive away at a local hotel just might do the trick. The key here is to comply with your RRSP. And the more you are able to invest in yourself (and rejuvenate)—the more effective you’ll be with your endeavours.”
“In fact, for me, the RRSP is the cheapest, biggest ROI therapy I can buy,” Gill explained.
On a final note, the Measurement Doctor elaborated that entrepreneurs should look for the passion they originally had when they were still “dreaming” of becoming successful. Accordingly, he believes that it is this “raw” emotion and drive that will help them become the business people that they’ve always wanted to be. And that’s what the “Rest-Recharge-Strategize-and-Plan” strategy is all about.
About the Measurement Doctor
George Gill, aka the “Measurement Doctor,” is a business and personal development coach who aims to help start-up and established entrepreneurs increase their chances for success—by teaching people about recent technologies, how to increase motivation, personal and professional development, and many other business essentials. In his small business ideas series, he provides quick tips that can achieve just this.
As a business measurement expert, George Gill is a strong advocate of ” Don’t do anything in life or business—unless you’re measuring it!”
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