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"Systems" is the Secret

If you want to simplify your life, grow your business and decrease your pain - build systems. McDonalds was able to grow so successfully because of the systems that Ray Croc implemented. Systems take the pressure off the CEO and systems allow the entrepreneur to clone himself. Systems is what keep the casinos running so effectively. NASA follows systems to land a man on the moon and return him to planet Earth. Systems allow an athelete to win Olympic gold.

Good systems are built on solid principles. Systems replace the need for luck. If you are missing your targets - check your systems.

George Torok - your business speaker

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Exchange of Unequal Value

Business is built on the exchange of unequal value. I give you $10 for something that is worth $5 to you and $20 to me. That's an exchange of unequal value and it's good business. 

The myth is that business is built on the exchange of equal value.

George Torok - your business speaker

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How to become an expert

Write a book. Because after you write the book you will learn far more about the topic then you did before writing the book. The process of writing the book will change your perspective. It will force you to see the work differently. Then you become the expert.

George Torok - your business speaker

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What is the Secret to Success?

I have interviewed over 400 business leaders over the past decade on my radio show, Business in Motion. The guests include entrepreneurs, corporate executives and business authors.

I keep searching for answers. Answers to questions like, "What is the secret to success?"

Although the answer comes in different words, the common message is: Success comes from doing little things consistently well over time.

Think about that. Success is about the small stuff. Yes you do need to sweat some of the small stuff – if you want to be successful. "Don't sweat the small stuff" was not written by or for business owners.

Not all of the small stuff – but the right small stuff. The secret is in finding and focusing on the right small stuff.

Good luck.

George Torok - your business speaker

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Success myth: Successful people are balanced

It is a myth that successful people are balanced. Perhaps it is a false hope. Perhaps unsuccessful people want to believe that they can remain in balance and still achieve success.

The reality is that successful people are not balanced. They are obsessive about achieving their goals. To become successful requires unbalanced dedication. The leaders in every field are leaders because they obsessed about reaching their goal. Even the Dalai Lama is obsessive about chasing his goals.

Is you want to be successful be prepared to obsess about reaching your goal.

George Torok - your business speaker

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Success myth: Do what you love

This is a common myth about success. "All you need to do is what you love." This statement is dangerous because it is only half true. You must discover what you love and you must pursue what you love. But you will also need to do things that you don't love in order to achieve success.

Do what you love and be prepared to do what you hate in order to do what you love.

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Business Myth: Find a need and fill it

The common myth is that you will have a successful business if you find a need and fill it. The reality is that people don't buy what they need. They buy what they want.

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Entrepreneurs: What makes them tick?

Money is not the main motivation for entrerpreneurs. Sure, most of them like the money but there is another more motivating reason that pushes entrepreneurs to do what they do.

They see something that others can't see and they want to build it.

George Torok - your business speaker

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