Best of Bill Series

by Bill Good Marketing on November 30, 2010

Thank you for joining us on BGM’s Best Practices: The Best of Bill.

In the “Best of Bill” we’re going to focus on best practices.

In my experience, the primary difference between people that ran waving their arms into the winner’s circle, and everyone else, is one thing.

It’s not smarts.

It’s not hard work.

It’s not your charming personality.

It’s the number of best practices you implement.

Very simply, the people who make it to the winner’s circle implement more best practices.

Best Practices: Worth Serious Study

Here’s a definition of “best practice” from Wikipedia:

A best practice is … the most efficient (least amount of effort) and effective (best results) way of accomplishing a task, based on repeatable procedures that have proven themselves over time for large numbers of people.

I would begin your study of “best practices” by reading my Research Magazine article. There you will learn why we use checklists to formulate best practices.

Then, go directly to my website. There you will find six best practices.

We will be adding more.



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