Tag Archives: goals
I am someone who is very connected to mission and purpose, goals and objectives. The day-to-day procedures are important, but ought not to be without a compass guided by vision, lived by values and driven toward purpose and mission. Even if those end goals are lofty and years ahead of where you are now, I […]
Are you actually on a mission? Or are you just saying you are? What does it mean to be on a mission? Do you have a mission statement? Do you tell people what it is that you stand for, what you represent, and what your purpose is? Mission is important but it’s even more important […]
According to Mirriam-Webster, the definition of sport is “a contest or game in which people do certain physical activities according to a specific set of rules and compete against each other.” Pretty good right? Welp, my job is done here – we’ve successfully defined sport and can now end the debate on anything that isn’t […]
I’ve been writing this blog on a daily basis since about the beginning of October on topics relating to sports business and hope you have found what I have written useful. Although I was writing fairly long posts at the beginning of last month, I must admit that it has become quite difficult to come […]
A great leader knows where they are going before they set out on the road. They start with dreams, vision, and goals. They communicate then delegate. They start with the big stuff before they delegate out responsibilities. Know where you are going before you get on the road. Go Forth!
I thought this would be a good reminder about goal setting…goals are: S – Specific M – Measurable A – Attainable R – Realistic T – Time-bound Keep this acronym in mind the next time you are thinking about goals Go Forth!
How often do you think about your inputs and outputs? Are the things you read, the people you talk to, the things you listen to really getting you closer to where you want to be? How might these things be affecting you and how might you change your inputs to get better outputs? I heard […]
Keep your database clean. Any marketing person will tell you how critical this is to any kind of data mining or email marketing or lead scoring process that your hands are almost tied behind your back unless you do. Your database should realistically only be composed of 4 types of accounts, for which you can […]
The purpose and goals of Bill’s Sports Business Blog are these: – An intellectual journey into the world of sports business – Tactics and strategy to get work done and to do better work – To provide value, motivation, and insight for readers of Bill’s Sports Business Blog These are the goals I will pursue […]