Everything has a hard way and an easy way to get the job done. To that point, I submit;
Several of the schools I work with make a bunch of money. Doctor paycheck type money, and not foot doctor, I’m talkin’ brain surgeon type money…
The good ones make $300,000+ a year
Here’s an example of two of them.
Each will hit a million this year with a 35-40% net.
One works 60+ hours a week, the other work’s less than 3 hours a week.
$300,000 divided by 60 hours a week is $100 an hour, not bad at all.
$300,000 divided by 3 hours a week is $2000 an hour, that better…a lot friggin’ better…
What’s the difference between $100 and hour and $2,000 an hour?
One has open book, trust and track management. The other doesn’t.
One has way too much staff turnover and the other has full buy-in from the staff.
They’re both going to be millionaire’s soon,
But one’s doing it the hard way…
Here’s a couple books ya may want to read:
Open Book Management: The Great Game of Business by Jack Stack
Trust and Track Management:A Slice of the Pie by Nick Sarillo