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A Good Way to Evaluate Your Business (from the archives)
Dawn and I went through an interesting exercise this past weekend.
We each made lists of what we would like the other to do MORE of and what we would like the other to do LESS of.
The resulting lists are a bit too personal for me to share here, but I can tell you that we were both surprised at some of the things that ended up on these two lists. The process allowed us to each gain greater insight into what the other wanted—or DIDN'T want.
Some great dialog ensued, and we came away from the experience with better understanding and more awareness. And since we both want to support one another in the best way we can, I'm sure we'll be able to please each other more and irritate each other less than before.
It goes to show that even after 15 years together, we still have a lot to learn about one another.
Since this exercise worked so well for our relationship, I decided to apply it to our business.
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