The Correct Way To Tie Your Shoelaces And Grow Your Business

Posted on: 16th April 2020


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I wanted to share a three-minute video with you today about the correct way to tie your shoelaces.

Now, I can just see the look on your face right now – you’re probably wondering whether I’ve finally gone and lost my marbles but stick with me a second.

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It turns out that there’s a ‘weak’ form of the knot we usually tie our laces in and a ‘strong’ one. You’ll have to watch the video to find out which you produce (!) – but the reason I wanted to share the video with you isn’t because I’ve suddenly developed a fascination with shoes or shoelaces.

It’s the last line the presenter Terry Moore delivers. He says, ‘Sometimes a small advantage some place in life can yield tremendous results someplace else’.

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So, after you’ve learnt how to tie your shoelaces properly, go and put a nugget you’ve learnt into action.

Have a watch here –

I’ve talked about the power of small change quite a few times, it’s the little things that matter, small incremental increases across your business will lead to huge gains.

If you do this regularly, I promise you, your business won’t come undone like a weakly tied shoelace!

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By Alan Adams 

  • business growth
  • business advice
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About Alan Adams

As an award-winning business coach and bestselling author, Alan S Adams has helped hundreds of businesses across the UK to move from simply surviving to positively thriving. The publication of his second book Passion To Profit: 7 Steps To Building A Kick-Ass Agency and his third book, The Beautiful Business: Secrets to Sculpting Your Ultimate Clinic, sees him focus very specifically on creative agencies and aesthetic clinic sector, sharing advice and guidance with the potential to revolutionise turnover, client retention and overall growth. Alan was also recognised by Enterprise Nation as one of the UK’s Top 50 Advisors and APCTC Coach of The Year Finalist.