If you'd like to take a step back and take a look at where your business is today and where you want it to be in six months, a year or two years out, consider partnering with us.
The book focuses on the importance of – and the occasional lack of appreciation of – professionalism in the workplace and what you can do to rise above it. When you lead your team and your employees to behave like a true professionals, they open doors, maximize income potential, and have more confidence to follow through on their personal goals and the company mission and vision. Along with professionalism comes stronger relationships, better customer service, more smiles, and a better view of the world. It’s the number one attribute that determines our success, and it’s worth the effort because it delivers way Beyond Common results.
Ever wake up after getting plenty of sleep and yet you feel exhausted? After feeling this way, you realize that something has to radically change, but you aren't sure exactly what.
The first thing to do is be very strong and courageous and not lie to yourself.
- Ask yourself what is working?
- What is not working?
- Is there a gap between where I want to be and where I currently am in my business?
If you need to go outside of your inner circle for that, then that's when you need to do to get a really honest answer and not lie to yourself. You can hire a coach or get an accountability partner outside of your friend circle. We are just not designed to point those things out to ourselves, that is why they are called "blind spots." We all have them in both our personal and professional business life.
Trust me if you already knew how to do it, you would have done it.
Secret to Unlocking hidden Potential to achieve more Growth and Success in your business.
Have you considered setting up an advisory board for your business?
I am a huge advocate for advisory boards. I have always used them in all of my businesses and I truly believe they are a key link to achieving long-term and sustainable success in your business.
Less than 2.5 percent of all venture capital goes to women and many female business owners face systemic challenges in building their businesses. Scaling a business can be a lonely and challenging endeavor, especially without a deep talent pool to assist. Now, however, many organizations are stepping in to eliminate barriers to success.
If you don't take the time to reflect on this and learn from your mistakes, it is going to show up again and again in an uglier way, in a different way until you actually learn the lesson. 😂😂😂😂
One of the biggest mistakes that people make when they’re planning and goal setting is not to take the time to learn from their mistakes. It takes a lot of courage, it takes tremendous heart. It takes you not bullshitting yourself. It takes you not lying to yourself and having the courage to dig deep enough to realize, you know what, this is my fault and I own it!
If you need help getting clarity and focus and starting a practice of reflection.
I have created the Beyond Common Goal-Setting Guidebook and Training to walk you through the step-by-step process.
Everything is broken down 90 day periods because 90 days keeps it top of mind, keeps it fresh, keeps us interested, and we can achieve much more in 90 days than we really think we can by applying these goal-setting principles and essentials so that you can really achieve your best life, and become the best version of yourself. The person you were designed to be.
How to get access to Free Money for, Women Business Owners who need to know you are Eligible for Dozens of Grant Programs.
One of the largest sources of financing for small businesses, the U.S. Small Business Association (SBA), also helps women entrepreneurs launch new businesses and compete in the marketplace through several grant programs. The SBA also sponsors about 100 Women’s Business Centers nationwide, designed to help women entrepreneurs with business development and access to capital.
Dozens of grant programs are available to assist Female Owned Businesses.
No matter where you are on your personal journey, your ability to take your success to the next level often depends largely or completely on YOU...
They got back money for the time put into doing this by the cost savings. You may think I don't have time, but if you could be reducing the money that is just flying out the door, you will be grateful that you did it. Sometimes you can get a better rate or a better contract on any of those things, and that could be really useful to grow your business the way you need to. These ideas should give you a wealth of little nuggets that you can pull all together so that you can have really good savings if you apply all these little ideas that we've shared today.
What does getting Clarity and Focus in our Personal and Professional have to do with Business Success anyways?
The biggest mistake I see business owners making when it comes to goal setting and planning is they don't really spend the time on reflection.
Once you take the time to reflect on specific goals, you will gain clarity and focus into how to get there, and what each team member needs to do to help you achieve your company objectives. And that brings us to the second key: to make sure your entire team is energetic and that they are assisting you each day to implement your vision.
Random Acts of Kindness Day is February 17th and was created by the Random Acts of Kindness Foundation with the intention of encouraging more harmony and kindness between people by offering thoughtful gestures of kindness, no matter how big or small. An acts of kindness could include doing something nice for someone, an animal, an organization, the planet or yourself! Be innovative and imagine the possibilities of what you could do!
How a Coach, Accountability Person, and Masterminding helps you Achieve Extraordinary Results!
In this blog post, we will uncover why involving others in your goal setting can help you achieve your goals and objectives quicker and faster than you ever dreamed possible. Once you have established some objectives, partnering up with an accountability person can be extremely helpful.
Sometimes when you're the boss and you're always holding other people accountable and checking in on everybody else, sometimes it just feels really good to have to check in with someone and have them check in on you and your progress. Then as the boss, you can say, oh, look, I did my homework, you can give me a star. Sometimes it's just a good thing to have that accountability person. You can take that accountability person situation a step further and hire a coach.
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