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Dec 14, 2016

Andy Albright hosted this episode of The Wednesday Call Podcast live from AMP Studios in Burlington, N.C. in front a live studio audience to discuss five questions you need to ask yourself every day.

Andy opened the show by reminding people of all the upcoming Boot Camps and events coming up before National Convention later in January of 2017.

Next, The Alliance recognized 51 Good Samaritan Bonus winners and the charities they chose to support. Members of SealTeam20 were also recognized during the show. GSB winners and ST20 members in attendance joined Andy to talk about their recent success.

5 questions to ask yourself every single day

Why am I on the payroll? What exactly have I been hired to accomplish? Why do they pay me money to come to work?

What are my highest value activities? What skills or talents can I magically do or work on to keep getting paid?

What are the key results? What metrics prove my worth?

What can I and ONLY I do that if DONE well, will make a real difference … in my life, in my business and in somebody else’s life?

What is the most valuable use of my time right now?

The Alliance is intensely results oriented. It is about going deep and wide. We get better and better at only a few things. We do few tasks, but we do them well. We focus on the tasks that account for most of your results. Delegate and Eliminate. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe said, “The things that matter most should never be at the mercy of things that matter least.”

Develop good habits and make them your masters. Do it now. Do it now. Do it now. Don’t let what matters least get in the way of what matters most.

@AndySAlbright

@NAALeadsTheWay

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