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 The journey of starting and growing a business is full of many challenges, rewards, and failures.

You already know it demands a great deal of your time and resources. It is also quite safe to say how you handle these demands will impact everyone in your life.

Think 1st, Jump 2ndThere are days when it will be too easy to feel overwhelmed. The best way to combat those moments is to organize yourself. Organize yourself personally first, then organize your business.

Taking care of what lies between your ears is the foundation for the organization of your business. If you are not organized then your business will suffer sooner than later. Our mental state is very important to our success.

Understanding our priorities and organizing our personal life will enable a better focus on our business; it will be easier to find and accept success.

Good thoughts beget good actions. Getting our thoughts in order directly facilitates getting our actions in order.

Our best thoughts are wasted without the will to put them into action.

These tips may help you get started with your personal journey:

  • Understand the vision for your business.
    • You need to be able to convey that vision in an easy to understand delivery.
  • Organize your business such that it reflects your vision.
    • This will make the challenging days much easier.

Here are some Silver Fox tips for organizing your business:

  • What is the key function of your business
  • What are the essential processes of your business
  • What are the key target results that will measure success
  • Put these processes in writing and revisit them regularly
  • Ultimately your success lies with your employees; encourage and accept employee engagement.
    • Remember good ideas come from all sources, not just you

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