The Case for Current Reality, generate leads on LinkedIn & more
The Growth Letter #70
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Today at a glance:
Article: The Case for Current Reality
Post: Easy way to generate leads on LinkedIn
Media: Innovative ways to structure compensation
Tool: Track your time easily
Framework: Know Your team
If you want to know which way to go, there are two things you must know: where you are going, and where you are. If you’re looking at a map to get somewhere, it is as critical to pinpoint your current location, as it is your destination.
There are some great points to understanding reality and taking steps to make a positive outcome. Don’t hope and have a ‘mindset’, this is not enough. Take action.
”The pessimist complains about the wind; the optimist expects it to change; the realist adjusts the sails.” (William Arthur Ward)
I am working on growing my LinkedIn following. There are a lot of things to do in between and sometimes not having a system is inconvenient. Jason’s lead generation is an easy-to-follow guide where you offer value and there is no hard selling. Implement this.
I had a great chat with Bryan Whittington on The Talent, Sales & Scale podcast. We touched upon topics focusing on Founders’ equity, leadership, and building inherent values that will help retain talent.
You can listen to the podcast on Apple Podcast & Spotify.
Timeular is an effortless time tracking tool to help you lead a more rewarding work life. You can get started in minutes, manage your time, discover where your time goes, and be productive. I love having a hardware dice on my desktop, I throw the dice and it starts tracking time according to the marked face of it. Manuel Bruschi is the Founder of Timeular and is launching a personal time assistant, which is available for free in the beta version.
The Johari framework is used to get to know the people in your team and build better relationships. This also means building trust amongst the team.
It allows for communication to take place between individuals and allows for better dynamics while working together. It also helps in being self-aware & improves personal development.
Tim’s Hiring Zone:
A Personal Relationship Management (PRM) software is looking for a Growth Manager
A US boutique B2B SaaS growth agency is looking for a Growth Consultant