These 2 sets of *letters can transform your business and life...
What I'm about to describe here is like a Users Manual for your brain.
This is so important because bad thinking and decision making costs you so much.
You can observe those that waste their lives through bad decisions they made.
Then you can observe those that make very few mistakes.
What is the difference between these two groups of people?
Let's go to Jack Welch and what he did at GE and Larry Page of Google.
Both have adopted a 10X principle.
The 10X principle states that you 10 times what you choose is important to focus on.
And to help arrive at what's important to focus on requires
CVOS *BVOS thinking.
CVOS *stands for the current view of the situation and BVOS stand for
the better view of the situation.
They understand the*BVOS is 10 times more valuable than their existing viewpoint. Hence they keep asking themselves, ask others and go looking for a better way of doing things.
This takes an open mind.
Many aren't equipped to have it as their ego wants reinforcement to their existing beliefs.
Only they can change.
We can't do it for them.
Here's an example on how to 10X your effectiveness by using*CVOS *BVOS...
When *looking at a course of action, think what the outcome would look like when it's grown 10X in size.
Are the associated changes needed to cope with it match your present skillset? Is this creating freedom or a trap?
Is it turning into a business model in which the rewards don't justify the battle?
For many people this scenario happens in their business.
Had they fast forward it in their mind at 10 times the size, then they
would of seen the problem staring back at them.
Take the better view of the situation*
thinking starting from small decisions and applying it to bigger ones.
Works particularly well when thinking about a client's business too*or even if you want to take on a new one.
Being part of a mastermind group who's members understand 10X and *CVOS *BVOS aid in seeing a better view of any situation.
A paid consultant can assist in uncovering one's blind spots.
However by living the*CVOS *BVOS principle, you'll go a long way
without the need for outside help.
*I used it when I explored the idea of writing a book on ad writing.
I imagined if being a success and people approaching me to write ads for them or consulting them on the subject.
I didn't want that outcome where I had to start all over again on each project for a one time fee. A better point of view is where I do the job once and clients continue to re-order.*
Did I know how a business model that has a one time set up process and clients continue to re-order the same product?*
No. Not at the time.
Knowing what you don't want can be just as important as to what you do want for your mental health.
There you go, a little User Manual to your brain to make better decisions which lead to creating a far more rewarding business and life.