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Such a useful list, thanks for sharing!
Found the prioritization matrix really helpful.
Imagine a box with four squares. The Y-axis is based on the impact for the company, X-axis on likelihood of success. Here's what you should do with each task:
Quadrant 1: Tough important stuff, requiring creative strategic thinking (where you as a leader should spend your time).
Quadrant 2: High yield, more straightforward projects. This is your home run quadrant. You can outsource this stuff to your highest performers as stretch goals that will be super empowering when they work out.
Quadrant 3: Low value, low likelihood of success. This stuff should get nixed. Maybe it’s a meeting you don’t need to have, or emails that don’t merit a reply, a coffee meeting with someone less relevant to you or the company. When you’re busy, it’s the first to go.
Quadrant 4: Low value, high likelihood of success. These are your housekeeping tasks. Activities in this quadrant might be best delegated or done at the end of the day.
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When there is a lot of competition you have to think about how you can out-perform them while keeping costs average. Dropping your rates significantly to win a lead never works out in the long run. Adding value to your product is always better than just dropping the price. Customers who base buying decisions solely on price, are not long-term or repeat customers. Consider a shirt you buy at Walmart for $9.99 and a shirt you buy at Macy's for $30.00. Much of the price comes down to the quality of the materials being used which creates its reliability. For example, we specialize in email verification it can be cheap to purchase email verification for our competitor but likely you are getting unreliable results.
Compete by quality not by price.
Thanks Robert! Means a lot :)
Yes, I think that is quite an important side note. Companies like Drift are leaning their marketing a lot towards Brand and it's importance.
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Quite the experience! Thank you for sharing your insights from it all
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