Ask better questions, and you will get better results. Top business coach Mark Moses has identified four critical questions every business leader should explore on their journey to business and life success. Called The Make Big Happen Questions, they are:
1. What do you want?
2. What do you have to do?
3. What could get in the way?
4. How do you hold yourself accountable?
Mark explains how these questions are the foundation of every fast-growing profitable business, and how answering them in the right way can lead to exceptional results. With over 30 years of entrepreneurial and business success, Mark is a leading entrepreneur and CEO coach who knows how to turn a good business and a satisfying life into a great business and an extraordinary life. No matter your situation, Make Big Happen! will show you how to live, work, and give BIG!
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The check list in his books are effective. He does not go into detailed business strategy, but if you can implement a few of his overall ideas it will help your business.
At the end of his book, he describes some of the consulting guidance he gives his clients in turning their business around. Answering some his questions could give you insight into changes you need to make.
Most professional development people are not really business people. They are just motivational speakers or psychologist without any great business successes. Mark has first hand experience with the advice he is giving.
I was hesitant in listing to this book since I thought it would be a self promotion for his consulting company. Although there is a bit of that in his book, the advice in his book is something you can definitely keep referring to in the future.
Although he shares a great deal, he never said what happened with his company Platinum Capital where he spent the majority of his career at.