Posted by Scott Bywater in marketing, Productivity Oct 7th, 2017

300 was once an incredible, almost ungettable one day cricket score…

Now it’s average…

Why is that?

Could the introduction of 20/20 pushing the boundaries the trigger?

Think about it: players were forced to score more runs in a shorter period
of time, so they learnt to do things differently.

All of a sudden, they take that to the 50 over game and it’s easy to score faster.

Makes me wonder, could this be done in business?

If we cut our work hours down to 3 days a week… would we learn to get things
done faster and more effectively?

If we cut meetings from 50 minutes down to 20 minutes… would we achieve
a similar result in 2/5 of the time?

If we gave ourselves 2/5th of the budget for a marketing project, would it force
us to be more cost effective?

How could placing constraints on your business force you to get a higher
score (more cashflow) in your business?

Scott Bywater

Scott Bywater

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