Business Management Income – Episode #81

by Richard Wilson on July 31, 2011

The following video is borrowed from our platform and was originally recorded for our business management training program.  In this video, I cover some tips and strategies on how to make more money in business management.

Video Transcript/Summary: The strategies and tips provided within this video module include:

  1. You are probably a knowledge worker.  If you want to make more money you have to consider knowledge as your main asset and always be looking for ways to grow your knowledge and this will help you make more money.
  2. Another tip is to identify within your company or corporation who the top five decision makers are and make business friends with them.  Partner with them, go to lunch with them, etc.
  3. You should also work to be very good at completing projects quickly and accurately.  If you do this, people will start to recognize you as someone who can get things done and you will be rewarded with more responsibilities and potentially a higher income to match.
  4. Think of everything that you expose yourself to as what you become.  If you watch four hours of business training instead of four hours of sitcoms, for example, you will be more productive and more likely to boost your income.
  5. You should also surround yourself with people or mentors that are highly-successful, which will naturally change how you think, feel and act in business.
  6. Think of everything you do in your day as a habit.  Ask yourself for each habit whether it is the most healthy or productive habit that you could have?  In relation to money, you should see your money habits as whether they are making you money or whether they are losing you money.

Making more money is always a big incentive for improving your business management and I have included in the video some of the ways that I have made more money.  I hope that this helps you make more money in business management. 

Thanks for joining us, and I will see you again soon,

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