I am proud to celebrate fifteen successful and rewarding years in business. Wow, what a ride it has been and continues to be. Not a day goes by when I am not thrilled to do the work I love. Each morning I am filled with gratitude and purpose for the day ahead for the coaching work I get to deliver, to touch lives and minds, to make a real difference.
The Merriam Webster dictionary cites the definition of the term ‘when opportunity knocks’ as ‘when a person gets the chance to do something he or she wants to do.’ An interesting thought I have contemplated on many occasions. How do you know when opportunity knocks? Does opportunity knock at all or is it your responsibility to knock on opportunity’s door?
Right now, are you in love or have you fallen out of love with your business? What will it take to reignite the passion and fall in love again?
Did you know ninety percent of my clients tell me getting things done is their #1 challenge in business? Many clients feel that due to their own and external expectations, countless distractions and an often-overwhelming self-imposed workload, there is frequently never enough time in the day, week or month to get their work done. We all get 24 hours each day, it just depends how you manage your time.
Just before Christmas a grey feather flew into our home, almost daily, landing near me as I worked. I felt this was a sign. It was time to take notice.
Why wait until January to set goals and plan your new year in business? Get a head start. Take action now. Remember, remember your business in November.
Because there are many positive benefits to having an accountability partner, when will you make time to connect with a friend, colleague or business coach who can become your 'get things done' buddy?
How often do you find yourself making excuses, sometimes even for the smallest reason? Imagine a different scenario where you don't make excuses and you just do it...
When you commit to becoming distraction free, you will discover that your most productive time will produce your best work. Empower yourself to achieve more and focus on ways to personalise your business relationships when you market without social media.
In December 2018 I made a bold decision. It was time to quit social media. I shutdown my Twitter, Google+ and two Facebook Business pages.