New Zealand tourism is booming.
The number one country that visits us?
Our Aussie neighbours.
Transtasman traffic is massive.
128 flights a day.
23 cities linked together.
6.9 million passenger journeys a year.
The answer so far has been to build, bigger airports and facilities at huge cost. More terminals, more runways, more stuff.
But as an industry expert pointed out this is less than ideal:
“The answer does not lie in continually building or expanding terminals to absorb the growth. We need to speed up passenger movement through our existing international terminals…”
Speed up the through put of passengers and you don’t need to build more expensive terminals.
There is a lesson here for every business.
Assets – people, buildings, resources – are expensive.
Many businesses look to hire people early when they get busy only for that person to sit there twiddling their thumbs 3 months later with little to do.
The business owner then has to work harder to cover the increased overheads. Along comes the stress.
A healthier alternative is to increase the through put.
Delivering the same result to the client with less of you.
Fundamentally productise yourself.
Ask the question:
How do I deliver the result my client wants with less of me?
I’ve recently helped a client remove 60% of himself from his consulting engagements.
Faster results for the client.
Doubling of effective hourly rate.
It’s easier than you think.
If you want to increase your through put, next weeks calendar is open: