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Are You Growing Weeds, Crops or Soil?

Updated: May 28

If you don't prune and weed, you will become overwhelmed with the nonproductive elements of the business. Weeding and pruning require unrelenting diligence in cutting people, processes, and products that are not productive. These weeds and deadwood interfere with your soil's ability to produce profit for a purpose.

A lack of a weeding and pruning mentality will kill your business.


Farmers who grow great soil are experts at plowing scraps of organic matter back into their dirt to add nutrients and introduce beneficial organisms. These things that are typically considered waste become fodder for future benefit.

Great business "composting" involves learning from past mistakes and successes. This commitment to learning will grow your company's future potential enormously.

To help you grow great soil, I have designed an assessment, Business Impact Plan: Seed, Sunshine, Soil, Harvest. It has a series of questions that you can ask yourself and get your employees and team members to answer. It is free, my gift to you. CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD.

Harry T. Jones

P.S. Don't forget to get my free resource, "Business Impact Plan: Seed, Sunshine, Soil, Harvest" CLICK HERE

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