Some people just want you to tell them what to do.
Other people want to tell you what to do.
Some people want to do things alone.
While others just want to be left alone.
So where does that leave the collaborators?
The team players?
The consensus builders?
I met with a client the other day regarding their operations.
As part of their on boarding process I'm looking to understand their operations.
And I'm looking to understand their process so that we can make better informed decisions about how they use the tech in their business.
Basically they're using about a dozen apps and we're trying to simplify that.
Our goal is to remove the complexity and gain some operational efficiency.
So I spent some time on the phone with one of the company's operations staff.
It was a great discussion.
It was collaborative and fun.
I enjoy working with others and collaborating on ideas to move businesses forward.
As I meet with new and prospective clients.
I'm looking for clients who want to grow.
Clients who want to build a better mousetrap.
Clients who want to collaborate.
I avoid the dictators.
I avoid those who just want me to tell them what to do.
One of the most important aspects of getting the tech right in your business is being involved.
Collaboration is king.
If you're looking for a partner give me a shout.
I'll give you the best I can give.