The other day I sat down the help someone plan out their online business strategy and in the process, I found myself approaching the planning process a little bit differently than I have in the past.
For example, it’s easy to recognize the things you’re not good at and identify things that can be improve. It’s easy to identify what’s lacking and put time, energy and money into filling the gaps.
There are certain times in life, however, when it makes more sense to push all those things to the side and do more of what you’re already good at. And in the process – that becomes your “new plan” as you push through the fog of uncertainty.
The world was changing before coronavirus. The current situation has just expedited the change. In today’s podcast, I’ll be sharing some thoughts on planning, new technologies, and the ever-changing business landscape.