Paul Herdsman is Co- founder and COO of NICE Global. A business solutions company in Montego Bay, Jamaica. As well as a great entrepreneur Paul Herdsman is also a dedicated father and husband, that understands that family comes first. Mr. Herdsman spends his weekends with his family, golfing, and fishing.
In a recent interview with Ideamensch, Paul Herdsman talks about some of the ways he has become a great entrepreneur and ways that NICE Global has helped him along the way.
One of the biggest things that Paul Herdsman stresses in his interview is learning how to be a good problem solver. Learning what questions to ask and who is going to give you the answers you need, figuring out what is important and what is not, and what to do with the information wants you to have it. With practice in finding the questions to your problems, the answers, and what to do with the information once you have it you will be better able to handle both small and large problems with ease. Refer to This Article for additional information.
Paul Herdsman also advises that up and coming entrepreneurs learn to cut out busy work from their day. People are already busy enough without add unnecessary work to it. Wasting time with unnecessary phone calls, emails, and meetings doesn’t help accomplish anything. It actually does quite the opposite. It distracts you from what needs to be done and takes away from your productivity. But still stay busy. There is always working to be done when running a company, just make sure it is work that is going to push the company forward and not slow productivity with useless work. And teach your employees the same thing. Learn more about Paul’s business strategies in his 12 Success Tips for Entrepreneurs From NICE Global CO-Founder Paul Herdsman
It is also a great idea to teach all of your employees not only about their specific jobs, but also about all the departments in the company. Showing them and making sure they understand how their work affects everyone in part and as a whole. That when they make a mistake or an achievement how the rest of company does or doesn’t benefit from their actions.