How To Increase Productivity – Nobody’s Perfect

How To Increase ProductivityHow To Increase Productivity

You’re sitting there in front of your camera.
Take #1- Oops, stuttered a bit.
Take #2- Awe man, noticed that the picture behind you was crooked.
Take #3- Your collar folded inside.
Take #4- There was a hum in the mic.
Take #5- I didn’t like the lighting, Take #6, Take #7, Take #8… 60 minutes later that 3 minute video has you sweating, frustrated and finally you get one done, it’s not perfect but it’s done.

Perfectionistist. It’s a production killer. If you want to know how to increase productivity in your business, watch the video below I outline some neat stuff, grab a line from Mark Harbert and avoid some thunderstorms.

There’s some cool ways to be able to connect with people on an authentic level. We don’t have to be perfect, we can save time and we will inspire.

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11 thoughts on “How To Increase Productivity – Nobody’s Perfect

  1. Jelena Ostrovska

    Great video Steve! I am also guilty of 60 minute production of a video. Pefectionism is boring! And when you're trying to be perfect at everything, people will think that they can't do it, and it won't inspire them to take action. Thank you!

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  2. Ron Deering

    I did that for my first video and saw my life passing away in front of me… 🙂 Now I just shoot the video and make sure I've got the value… thanks for reinforcing this Steve…. great post again…. you rock…

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  3. Ron Deering

    I did that for my first video and saw my life passing away in front of me… 🙂 Now I just shoot the video and make sure I’ve got the value… thanks for reinforcing this Steve…. great post again…. you rock…

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  4. Joan Harrington

    Hey Steven loved the video and awesome post!! Forget being "perfect" just be you and enjoy yourself…it will definately help others to see that it is ok to just be you, even if you mess up a few times lol Thanks for sharing 🙂

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  5. Lynda Kenny

    My first video I think I said erm a thousand time, ha ha. Practice does make perfect and being yourself really helps. Even now I stutter and start and re do things.
    Thanks for the advice Steven. You rock

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  6. Elvia Bravo

    Steve, absolutely enjoyed your post especially the photo. I appreciate how REAL you are in this post. Thank you for the video too.

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