My Thoughts on People’s Valued Asset – Time
If I want to get on people’s radar, I need to look at things from their perspective of time. Today, our time is being challenged from information from many sources. We are easily distracted, and most of the information we process is “news that borders on fake or misleading” news. As a result, I think I need to be more proactive and really look at the information I share periodically.
The following list below is my guideline going forward:
I. Respect People’s Time
People only have so much time in a day. We are all inundated with information from all kinds of sources. Make your point and move on.
II. People Want Information that Resonates
I am finding that fewer words actually equates to more attention.
III. Make the Process Simpler
If people can read your words and it logically will take them somewhere, they will buy-in to the process. Too often, we complicate the process.
IV. Always Work Toward Adding Value for the Customer
If people understand that they will receive value from the information or service you provide, they will typically be more inclined to give you a part of their time.
In 2016, I am really working hard at evaluating current processes and taking steps to make the process more simpler and robust at the same time. Preparation is the key. People’s time should be valued, and as a result, it really is up to me to do the following:
Present information that adds value Is Simple to Follow | Produces Results