After sharing hundreds of messages with you, through my blog and emails, I’ve learned a lot more about transition words. There’s even a plugin in my WordPress account that helps me to see when I use enough or too many of them in what I write. So, it’s sort of like having a grammar coach watching over my shoulder.
As it turns out, transition words keep your writing on track.
And apparently they help you write in a way more people like to read. Who’d have thunk it, right?
But (and that’s a transition word, by the way) I’d say it’s pretty important to write in a way that’s easier for people to read. Wouldn’t you. Because you don’t want your message to fall on deaf ears and blank faces. After all, those kinds of ears and faces don’t tend to make good customers or clients.
It’s just another example of how important it is to have the right tools for the job.
And, if you’re an entrepreneur or business owner, your job is to get the word out about what you sell. So, you should get it out as right as you can the first time. Otherwise, you end up doing it over. And maybe over and over and over. And that’s what I call schedule control failure.
In my RondaReady System, I have lots of information and tools for schedule control. Because I’ve found, after working with hundreds of clients through the years, how much more successful they become once they get control of their time. Instead of it controlling them.
And that brings me to my topic for next month’s RondaReady UNversity session.
Maybe you call it time management. Or maybe you think it’s your to-do list. And some people follow goal setting processes. But I prefer to put all together under the umbrella of what I call Schedule Control.
And I’ll be taking a deeper dive into schedule control in February’s RondaReady UNversity session. You can learn to get control of your time so you can control your business better. Just like my WordPress plugin is my grammar coach, the RondaReady System should be your business coach.
But the deadline to sign up will be January 31st. So, don’t put it off. Sign up today, and I’ll help you Get Ready to Be Ready and be the highly organized CEO of your business.