Today is both my birthday, and Labor Day here in the US. As such I would like to take a moment to celebrate, and thank you all for being part of my tribe.
In this celebration I have been thinking about the birth process in business, and how much we are responsible for as the parents of our companies. With this constant juggling of tasks it becomes inevitable that a ball will get dropped at some point.
That’s what happened to me this past week, and more than once. So, I’d like to share with you the dropped ball policy that I have for my business to help you through these moments with as much grace and ease as possible.
Enjoy the video above.
And, if you, or someone you know, is ready to uplevel in business, please check out the One-on-One Profits, Relationships, and Impact Program.
Finally, for those of you that don’t fully know me, and have curiosity as to how I work, feel free to email me for a Chocolate Strategy Session. The September calendar spaces are full, but if you email we can find a time to hotsync calendars.
Together is Better,
Sue Kearney (@MagnoliasWest) says
I love this! Jason, I think my inner voice often speaks with your voice (and juggles, too!).
Great video, and thanks for sending over the smileworthy energy.
Jason Stein says
Sue, Congrats on the new website launched. Grateful you received the smileworthy energy 🙂
Tia Ribary says
Happy birthday Jason! I really appreciate your message in this video. It is inevitable that we make mistakes, and I love the way you layout how to create a policy. Very wise words indeed.
Jason Stein says
Thanks Tia. Such a simple policy, but oh so helpful.