Take a look at what you’re involved in right now. Is it preventing you from pursuing greater activities?

Lets talk about an amazing phenomenon that sometimes trips up even the world’s highest achievers — getting involved in business projects that take us nowhere, while projects and activities that would bring us closer to our goal are left unattended to.

In The Success Principles by James Canfield he recommends saying NO to the good, so you’ll have time and energy to say YES to the great.

Take a look at what you’re involved in right now. Is it preventing you from pursuing greater activities?

Worse yet, do you have a list of things to do that will make the business more efficient but you have no time to work the list.

I can help, call me!

Phillip W. Duff 904-687-1687

Phillip W. Duff

Phillip W. Duff the Founder of Lighthouse Consulting was trained in Six Sigma while working for Bombardier Capital in 2001, and is highly successful helping organizations improve their processes using the Six Sigma methodology. Mr. Duff has consulted with numerous companies over the last 10 years and has shown the ability to enact cultural change in a company. He has also initiated programs proven to drive positive revenue growth both as an employee and a consultant. His focus is to help CEO’s with a focus on growth. His knowledge of technology and background in debt collections have combined to help companies automate processes and identify which processes provide profits. Mr. Duff has also developed a unique process of initiating cultural change as a part of developing a revenue-driven atmosphere in a variety of formats. This unique philosophy and technique are unseen to date. His substantial experience in the collection industry, Six Sigma core competency and extensive industry relationships can provide you and your team a matchless perspective into your accounts receivable business or any business strategy.

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