How To Decide If A Project Is Worth Taking

By Geoff Martin, - In Productivity

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Ronen Yaari who is a founding member of the online marketing company OpenMoves and a member of The Alternative Board (TAB)  the world’s largest executive business coaching and peer advisory board franchise provider with 3,000 members worldwide shares his productivity tip:

“Before we take on any projects or clients, we make sure they fit into our primary business model: Online marketing, web design, email campaigns, and search engine optimization. If a project or an opportunity does not fall into one of those buckets, we consider it a distraction. Sometimes distractions are good, but they have a cost. We try to put a dollar or time value on what we’ll need to pay for the distraction and then we decide if it’s worthwhile.”



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