The Blended Lifestyle Revolution: How to Hire Happy Superstar Team Members and Make More Money to Boot with MaryEllen Tribby at Joe Polish’s Genius Network
How to Hire Happy Superstar Team Members and Make More Money to Boot with MaryEllen Tribby at Joe Polish’s Genius Network.
MaryEllen Tribby is the premiere business consultant and coach to some of today’s most successful entrepreneurs in the information publishing and digital marketing arena. She also works with a number of the largest most lucrative traditional corporate publishing organizations in the world.
Here’s a glance at what you’ll learn from MaryEllen Tribby in this episode:
- How MaryEllen effectively reorganized her company and doubled her revenues
- The difference between internal and external values and how structure can give you more freedom
- MaryEllen reveals the best job description ad she has ever written
- Productivity versus Busyness: How to get the RIGHT things done and grow your business
- The big secret to achieving personal fulfillment and financial freedom
- The one thing everyone says is “I don’t have time.”
- Everyone has the same 24 hours in a day. What gets done is entirely up to you.
- There are three modes of operation: an out of sync life, a balanced life, and a blended life.
- The out of sync lifestyle is where someone works all the time, they are typically angry, stressed, and frustrated.
- The problem with a balanced lifestyle is you are trading time for money. You are always searching for more but have to give up something.
- A blended lifestyle is when you have purposeful activity all the time.
- There is nothing wrong with external values unless that is where you put your priority.
- Until you value your own time more than money, you will never be wealthy.
- Putting your internal values first leads to happiness.
- If you live your values, you are more focused and more effective.
- The more structured you are with your time, the more free time you have.
- Efficient is good, but as entrepreneurs you have to be effective if you want to grow your business.
- Don’t compartmentalize your life, work and play can coincide.
- If your family statement is out of whack with your business statement, it’s going to be hard to live a blended lifestyle.
- The ingredients to a blended lifestyle are decision making, planning, and action. If it’s a priority, you will make time for it.
- Get prospective team members to do work ahead of time, you will get less applicants but they will be more qualified.