Inspiring Success in Architecture for Small Firms and Sole Proprietor Architects

EA057: 7 Steps to a Successful Work Week for Small Firm Architects [Podcast]

Play

shutterstock_238298299As the new year quickly approaches, we hear the annual recommendations for planning our year ahead. Every magazine and blog is running an article about how to plan for 2015.

Although stating long term goals and planning for their success is important, I suggest that planning your week, every week, will put you closer to your desired target when this time rolls around again next year.

This week on the Entrepreneur Architect Podcast, I share my 7 steps to a more successful work week.

Please review this podcast on iTunes.

Referenced in this Episode

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change by Stephen R. Covey (book)

First Things First by Stephen R. Covey (book)

School of Greatness Podcast: Lewis Howes interview with Rory Vaden

Nozbe Productivity Application (Use my affiliate link http://www.nozbe.com/a-EntreArchitect and support the show without any additional cost to you.)

Entrepreneur Architect Podcast Episode 53 with Architect Dan Hart discussing productivity

Episode Sponsor

Entrepreneur Architect Foundations: Business Documents and Checklists for Small Firm Architects

***

Photo Credit: Shutterstock / Tashatuvango

How Architects Can Find More Time and Make More Money

15084635_s

This past Friday, December 12th was the second anniversary of relaunching Entrepreneur Architect as a resource to inspire small firm architects to build better businesses. On December 12th, 2012, not only was this domain EntreArchitect.com launched, … [Continue reading]

EA056: My 5 Rules of Successful Leadership for Small Firm Architects [Podcast]

shutterstock_119029705-2

As Entrepreneur Architects, we are all leaders. Whether we are running a firm of 1 or 100, it is leadership that will determine the success or failure of a firm. It does not matter how bad the economy gets or how your opportunities may have been … [Continue reading]

The 12/12/12 Project: Two Years Later

This coming Friday is December 12th. Two years ago on December 12, 2012 I launched my 12/12/12 Project and announced my plans at the introductory episode of the Entrepreneur Architect Podcast. If you were following this blog "way back when,” I … [Continue reading]

EA055: The Passion Profit Cycle of Success for Your Small Firm [Podcast]

The passion required to overcome the fear and uncertainty of launching a start-up business is a very powerful emotion. It’s what takes us from “business-owner architect” to Entrepreneur Architect. It’s what gets us out of bed every morning and keeps … [Continue reading]

EA054: A Day in the Life of Mark R. LePage [Podcast]

winter-260817_1280

Once per month, my friend Bob Borson at LifeofanArchitect.com organizes a group of bloggers to write on a specific topic. The series is called #ArchiTalks. Search for it on Twitter or on EntreArchitect.com and you will find links to all the other … [Continue reading]

Mentoring is an Integral Part of the Profession

YoungArchitect

This week, I am sharing blogging duties with a friend and active supporter of Entrepreneur Architect. Michael Riscica is an architect who lives in beautiful Portland, Oregon with his Labrador Retriever. He is the founder of Young Architect, a … [Continue reading]

Living Your Best Year Ever

image1

Searching for success has always been a focus of mine. Even as a child, I would live my life years ahead, dreaming of the days of my future. I look at my kids today and remember myself at that age spending hours and hours sketching scenes of what … [Continue reading]

EA053: Find Your Purpose Through Personal Productivity with Architect Dan Hart [Podcast]

Hart_Daniel

As small firm architects, we are all wearing so many hats. We have so much going on in our lives. As Partner in Charge of Operations at my small firm Fivecat Studio, I am CEO, COO, CFO, President, Director of Architectural Services, Architect, … [Continue reading]

%d bloggers like this: