What do chess and business strategy have in common?  A heck of a lot if you ask me…

In this episode, I walk through my process of treating strategic business planning like a game of chess…thinking more than 3 moves ahead and you’ll win at successfully achieving any business goal you set for yourself.

Mentioned in today’s episode:

  • Why strategic planning is a lot like planning and playing a game of chess
  • What 3-4 moves you’ll make to set and achieve your business goals
  • Why you need to start with your long term goals
  • Why you need a WHY as your starting point
  • Why the B-word (budget) shouldn’t freak you out
  • How to break down your goals into a strategy and an action plan
  • How often you should check-in and when you should pivot or stay the course
  • Where you can get reinforcements

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Remember, this is an open discussion.  If you have a question that you’d like me to answer on an upcoming episode, send an email to podcast@thecommoncents.com.

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Episode 019 - Chess, Checkmate and Cash

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