If you don't have expectations, you can't manage the expectations.
Expectations are critical.
They serve you and your clients, prospects, friends, and your family.
Most people, if they even have expectations, they keep them in their head. They haven't told anybody what their expectations are.
Do you have expectations that are only in your head? That you've never let anybody know about? When others don't meet your expectations, do you get upset?
Here are some ideas about setting...
Have you thought about setting expectations for you, for your team, for your vendors, for your clients?
Not just setting expectations, but actually writing them down.
See, a lot of us are so busy at our job as entrepreneurs that we don't stop and think
about setting expectations.
One expectation you can set is, how long is it going to be before you reply to a customer email.
Is it four hours? Is it 24 hours? Is it a week?
You can't expect your customers to know your expectations that you...