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.
The competition is irrelevant. Most of them start up and fall over again (85% disappear in the first 5 years), because they don’t dot the I’s and cross the T’s. If anything your competitors effectively prepares the customers for you to get it right for them
I’m into my sixth month of developing my business and I’m making just enough to keep the company afloat. It’s a damn hustle and it sucks. Do most people who start small businesses feel this way?
There are many strategies for building wealth, I even knew a bookmaker once who happily tried to convince me that investing my hard earned on the horses was a foolproof method to getting rich.
My Big Hairy Audacious Goal got me moving a few years ago. But once I got moving, I suddenly noticed the roses along the way, and who wants to focus on Big Hairy Audacious things if you can smell some roses instead?
The reality of starting your own small business is both more rewarding and fun and at the same time tougher than anything you’ve ever experienced before.
I think our society is not geared for kindness. We are urged to soldier on, to get stuck into things and to “Get Shit Done”. That attitude doesn’t encourage being kind to ourselves or to each other
What’s the greatest bottle neck in your small business? Is it your lack of systemisation or are you actually the one that holds your business back?
The first step on the journey to build the business you have always dreamt of is to accept that you do not have all the answers and shake hands with your inner Demon
Have you asked yourself the big question of business? Do you know what the biggest question of all is in business? You should you know, life will never be the same again if you ask yourself the question.
Make sure you allow space and time for the good stuff