Are you setting bad goals? First of all setting goals is a good step in the right direction. We just have to be careful that we are not creating a scenario designed for failing with the our approach to strategic planning and goal setting. S.M.A.R.T goals are the foundation of good strategic planning. ✅ Specific - don't be vague! ✅ Measurable - how will we measure progress? ✅ Attainable - is this achievable? ✅ Realistic - with the current resources situation? time, money, etc.
How long does it take for your potential customer to decide they want to buy from you? 💡 The past year has taught us all a lot, including that having a magnetic online presence for your business is not an option, it's a MUST. The problem is, it's a whole new world. From content marketing, funnels, posts that convert, which platform works best for what, and more. If you're like me and have a lot of questions, have a listen to this conversation with content marketing strategis
Build your brand with the end in mind. Donna Renay Patrick MA, says begin to think of yourself as comparable to any household name out there. What does your business brand or personal brand represent in the market? Define your brand 💡. Check out the full podcast episode, 'A Lifestyle Of Worship' with Donna Renay at https://www.buzzsprout.com/1139753/9280739 #EntertainmentEntrepreneur #BrandedEntrepreneur #PersonalBranding #Entrepreneurs #BusinessStrategist #BusinessLeadersh
The words you use might be doing you more harm than you realise. Jenny Toh, Founder of @riverlifecoaching, says our choice in words shift our energy. One of Jenny's tips: replace "I will try" with "I commit to". Can you feel the shift in energy? We often give ourselves a way out before we even begin something new. #SelfSabotage and #SaboteurVoices are real! Create an environment for success by changing your language. As a man thinks in his heart, so he is. Check out the full
If going the extra mile in business isn't going to cut it, how do you get through a whole extra marathon? I've never run a marathon, but I was listening to a new marathon runner saying she almost didn't finish. It made me think of the journey of being a new entrepreneur, so many of us quit along the way. Despite months of training, she says it wasn't enough preparation. Can you relate? Midway through the marathon she was literally out of her mind, and if it had not been for h
Don't measure your success against a false narrative! Andrena Sawyer says, social media isn't a true depiction of entrepreneurship. Instant success is actually 10 years or more in the making. Sure there are many highs (we all see them) but there are also many lows. Entrepreneurship is a journey not a race. Give yourself the grace to learn, grown, evolve, and reach greater heights at your own pace. What have you learnt as an entrepreneur? Check out the full podcast episode at:
You can only grow in proportion to your environment. Shawn Harpers says, understand the laws at work and use them to your advantage. How do you create an environment for expansion and growth? For me, understanding that there's always a better way of doing things leads me to seeking out people who exhibit that better way. Change is uncomfortable, but if you're not getting uncomfortable regularly you just may not be growing as much as you could. What about you? Shawn Harper is
Don't fear failure, embrace it!, says Tom Reaoch Overcoming fear of failure is priority #1 for an entrepreneur or aspiring entrepreneur. Understand that you are going to fail over and over again in your journey as an entrepreneur. If you're not failing then you're not trying anything new. And innovating as an entrepreneur is critical. What worked yesterday doesn't work today and definitely won't work tomorrow. Part of growing 1% better in how we do business simply means we ha