“Success is the sum of small efforts repeated day in & day out.” ~ Robert Collier
Our daily work flow looks like this:
Buy & Sell
- Tom checks previous days sales, buy more if they are still hot.
- I check Keepa alerts in my email for profitable books.
- I check our hot list of year round sellers.
- I check this months shopping list for buying opportunities.
- I fire up Book Arb software for more opportunities if I have not spent our daily budget already.
- Tom reprices (Sells our books).
- Tom lists our books & takes care of admin e.g. returns.
- I go to give on Facebook to contribute to others & to help elevate success of our community.
- I attend live webinars every Tuesday & Thursdays afternoons.
- Wednesday mornings I write my blog.
- Thursday mornings I look at ways to expand our business e.g. sell on other platforms, learn new ways to accelerate our efficiency e.g. research faster processes for systemising etc.
Every second Monday night we attend our mastermind group to brainstorm ways to support & accelerate our businesses. Accountability is a powerful strategy in our group and this ensures our ongoing individual & collective success.
Repeating these daily habits over and over ensures that the fundamentals of our businesses are being met daily – we buy & sell books. Also consciously & actively looking for ways to improve our practices ensures steady growth.
“Never stop learning ; For when we stop learning, we stop growing.” ~ Loyal ‘Jack’ Lewman
Scheduling time to learn new information about our business/market & techniques for applying what we learn means that we are always growing – ourselves & our business.
“The best in business spend far more time on learning than in leisure.” ~ Robin Sharma
Our work flow as we expand will change again but for now, this work flow is taking us from where we are to where we desire to go next.
Lining our ducks up in a row with our daily habits simply means more progress daily, weekly, monthly & yearly. That’s how we like things – simple, easy & effective.
Next I will discuss the importance of staying focused even when others around you are ‘not on your team.’