I would like to say that this is the only activity you will ever need to find your purpose. I have spent the last ten years working on my purpose, so I hope that cumulative reflection helps you find why you are here quick.
In this audio extract I talk about the key activities you need to act on to make your business model work. In my opinion, this is the number one, most important part of the BMC. So long as all the other sections are right, thin the activities are what makes it work.
What are the channels you use to deliver value to your customer segments. In this podcast we zoom into the channel section of the business model canvas helping you identify the channels you use and should use to deliver your value proposition to your customers.
This is the audio from a workshop I ran for Canberra’s first, and only, on premises film and audio recording studio. I lead them through the process of developing their BMC. This Is the introduction to that workshop.
In this episode I share the simple but effective process of identifying your values. With your values in hand it becomes very easy to find a business you can fit into, create a shared value set in a team and easily identify if a job is no longer a fit for you.
When you feel like you have given everything and more is asked of you. Find it. When you want to be successful at work, but the kids haven’t slept, therefore you haven’t. Find more. Want to write your first blog, but it’s been a long day. Find more. This podcast is about the motto my wife and I have for 2020.
At some point we have to stop splitting our energy. At some point we have to make a sacrifice. Stop splitting your energy trying to be to many things. Sacrifice what will not give you a real ROI from your energy.
In this session we continue down the theme of personal brand. We talk about being first to mind. I set you the challenge of talking to as many people as you can handle about what the first thing is, that comes to mind for them, when they think of you.