Simple Guidebook for better Management, Find your 'Joie de Vivre' & more
The Growth Letter #77
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Today at a glance:
Article: The Simple Guidebook to Upping Your Management Game
Post: Find your ‘Joie de Vivre'
Media: Tech & SaaS Growth
Tool: Effortlessly record your screen and camera
Framework: Your go-to framework for expansion strategy
Managers are struggling and there are too many opinions on how they should and how they should be which do not help. Instead of more opinions, we need a simpler leadership approach that measurably and predictably delivers more engaged employees and better business results.
Russ Laraway assembles research from leading organizations like Gallup to help you manage yourself and your employees.
You have to know what makes you a better individual. A weekend not doing anything and sitting in bed is your way to recharge, which is fine. I love this post by Lena Sesardic who understood what motivates and makes her happy. I hope you find your “Joie de Vivre”.
I spoke with Jon Dwoskin on the “THINK Business with Jon Dwoskin” podcast.
We focused on how startups scale, operations, systems & processes that produce growth. With the great reshuffle, people are working on their projects as they realize that they do not have to answer a boss or someone whose values do not align with theirs. This is your moment.
You can listen to the podcast on Apple Podcast & Spotify.
Brevy effortlessly record your screen and camera. You can record, create short screen-recordings with your camera — a more efficient, personal way to communicate. Each recording is accessible immediately through a shareable link. Minimize meetings, Slack back-and-forth, and lengthy emails.
The MARACA framework consists of three metrics that companies should consider when evaluating a potential market. This is predominantly used during international expansion strategies & can also be adapted to the segmented domestic markets.
The primary value of the MARACA model is that it forces you to look at how you would perform in each market, one at a time, at the micro-level. Ultimately this allows you to reduce investment in low-growth markets and focus on accelerated and scalable markets.
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