While it’s the Seattle Seahawks against the Denver Broncos this Sunday night, your every day might feel a little bit like the Super Bowl.
The pressure of trying to squeeze out more sales revenue, or coming up with the next big thing you can do to boost awareness. Even the simple pressures of daily work can be a personal Super Bowl against fate.
You need to prepare every day for a new turn on the turf and for another chance to do better than yesterday.
Unlike the real Super Bowl, however, your preparation probably doesn’t consist of stockpiling 15,000 tons of potato chips (unless, of course, you sell potato chips).
How To Prepare for the Super Bowl of Every Day
Like any good team, yours should be well prepared for the challenges of each day.
Every great athlete knows that using the latest exercising equipment and exercises, spying play footage from every angle, and putting on the best pads and helmet are what will put you that one step ahead you need to cross the goal line before you get tackled.
It’s all about taking the right tech and using it to make your job easier and more successful.
Even an advantage of a few feet can make all the difference in deciding the outcome. Don’t let too much time go by without using the right tech to manage your customer relationships and projects.
Practice Makes Perfect
Nothing can make a better player than practice. Not to change the sport, but it’s what changed Michael Jordan from a small kid with a big dream into a big winner with an iconic jersey.
Every day serves as a new opportunity to get up and hit the gridiron. You need to be able to set goals for getting your team to perfect their knowledge and abilities in your CRM and project management software in order to make it work for you, instead of against you.
You’ll never be able to master software by sitting on the sidelines. You have to trudge through the mud and rain before it becomes a tool you can’t live without.
It’s game time. No room for distractions or fumbles.
This Sunday, be sure to sit back, take a load off, and enjoy the game while you take a little time off from your own Super Bowl. Prepare a little, study up on some new strategies, and come Monday morning: Go fight!
And don’t even get me started on Richard Sherman.