Our business culture and industry constantly preach value. What is the value added? Is this worth my time? Will my customer find this valuable? Here are three things I learned about not only saving time, but making small investments in your time to gain huge results.
From having different interests, to having different Birkman component scores, it’s important to recognize when you can’t see over the wall and to respect someone for their perspective.
For CPAs and business advisors, thought-provoking questions are the most valuable tool for learning a client’s business and financial challenges. When you ask thought-provoking questions about potential problems or opportunities, it expands a person’s perception of what you can do for them.