The way you use your time is the way you live your life.
Posted on April 3, 2014, under Time After Time.
Well, you aren’t alone … and I am so pleased to share a very timely and relevant guest post today from Sandra Martini of TheMartiniWay.com My mentor, colleague, and friend … Sandy addresses concerns that are on the minds of many entrepreneurs, coaches and small business owners these days.
So read on; I think you’ll find this helpful!
With the first quarter of 2014 behind us and the renewed energy of spring in the area, lots of business owners are in planning mode.
Most of my client sessions have been around strategic planning, looking at what went right (and not so much) in the last 3 months and identifying/creating new systems to support a more leveraged and optimized business for the rest of the year.
Fun stuff. Truly … this is the stuff I absolutely adore – identifying opportunities and creating action plans to bring them to life.
In a recent client session, we got on the subject of the coaching industry, why I’m not a coach and how/why many coaches are struggling to break the $50,000 ceiling, let alone achieve their aspirations of higher revenue. Coaches who are succeeding (using their personal definition of success, not some arbitrary guide) are branching out from the industry norms.
The same is true of business owners from all industries.
Business owners, who want success prepare for it. They make the time to do the things that matter. In reviewing your business, take an objective look at the results:
Are you happy with the majority of what you discover? If so, AWESOME! What do you want/need to do to continue/increase the trend?
Are you unhappy with the majority of what you discover? If so, be sure to join us on our upcoming complimentary training discussing “Why Your Clients and Customers Aren’t Buying and What You Can Do About It.”
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