My coaching, mentoring, webinars, workshops, and seminar programs are designed specifically for small business owners who want to have more fun in business and build businesses that sustain them for years to come.
I do regret various inappropriate emotional outbursts at different times in my life (just yesterday as a matter of fact), but no matter how deep I dig, I can’t find any moments in my life where looking back now, I say: “I wish I’d taken the other fork in the road”.
If you make the focus of your business to turn your customers, all of them into Raving Fans, you’ll never have to do any other marketing, because they’ll do it for you, and better yet, they’ll do it for free.
Business partnerships are by definition intense affairs, you spend more time with each other than in your marriage, you have to work together towards a common set of objectives the whole time, and you don’t actually love each other like you do your spouses.
Developing our businesses still means continuously meeting new people, new suppliers, new referral sources, new clients. Obviously, networking is still one of the most effective ways to do so.
It’s one of the great frustrations of small business. Everything is down to you, the owner. When a client is irate, when a supplier is unhappy, the bank has an issue or when the toilet paper runs out, it’s down to you.
If you’ve started noticing that you are being treated as a senior citizen at work… Tell ‘em all to take a running jump and start your own thing.
We’re been taught to set our goals based on what we have achieved in the past. We look at what has worked and decide to aim for some “more” of that – another 20% in sales, another 10% in conversions.
New Year’s (and all time’s) advice to build a Fun Business that sustains you for years to come. The top Five things you must focus on in 2017 and beyond
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How do you go about answering the type of questions every small business owner needs to ask him or herself, every day, every week and every month. If you can’t answer them in your business, you’re managing with your fingers crossed, hoping everything will be alright.
I think our conversations are like that a lot of the time. We look for an opportunity to put our own two-bob’s-worth in and while on the lookout for that, we cease to listen to the other half of the conversation