Profit and Productivity Driven By Purpose?

20140307-215711.jpgI’ve been reading The One Thing by Gary Keller and find this figure fascinating. If we’re clear on our purpose and use it to set our priorities, then those priorities will drive productivity and ultimately profit. Seems kind of obvious from where I sit. How do you see it?

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2 comments on “Profit and Productivity Driven By Purpose?
  1. I’d like to hear more about how you get from purpose to priorities (and how priorities will get you from there to productivity and profit). It sort of sounds similar to the “Law of Attraction” (in my opinion)… — yet one of the main “catches” in that scheme of focusing on positive outcomes (and “being in the process of… [X]“) is that that X *needs to be believable* (in other words, it is totally OK to “be in the process of cleaning your teeth”, but to “be in the process of travelling to Mars” is considered a no-no). Hence, the positive thinking approach would never have led to the discovery of America, because Columbus’ ideas were “unbelievable” (at the time).

    I look forward to following your further thinking on priorities, productivity and profit! :D

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