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.
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
Business owners are people who cannot conceive of having their lives controlled by others.
The International Coach Federation is one of the most serious bodies trying to regulate the coaching world, but I would hazard a guess that not even 10% of professionals that refer to themselves as coaches are members of the ICF or any of the other professional coaching bodies.
Maybe being a procrastinator is precisely what qualifies me to write about it. Let’s face it, who wants to get weight loss advice from a supermodel?
Most business owners dream of having their children join the business and have the thing they created be a vehicle for bringing the family closer and making life more comfortable for the family. So how do we minimise the inherent risks of causing major family dramas when getting The Clan involved in The Business.
I do think the business John is looking at buying is healthy. And yet I told him not to do it.
The most successful growth strategy for your small business is found between your ears.