It seems that nearly everyone I speak with expresses feeling overwhelmed and anxious. My clients work in professions that demand the highest levels of accountability and responsibility. On top of that, they do the work of self improvement. And, they are dedicated to their families, communities, and social circles. It is difficult to show upContinue reading “One Thing At A Time”
Category Archives: planning
Be Intentional: Bring Your Personal Drive to Your Professional Life
By day you are a business professional. Who do you support when you are off the clock? Merging the two builds your brand.
Build Trust. Talk About Money
Time is money. So, why do we spend so much time negotiating?
Evaluating Needs: It’s Personal
Pause to consider what you need to scale your business. Your needs may be different from those of your colleagues.
Good or Memorable?
Do you leave clients feeling good or great after working with you? Does your team feel as if they are valued? What makes an experience memorable rather than just good.
Before writing your plan for 2022, acknowledge and learn from 2021.
Find the Win Win Win in Building Relationships
Find out what organizations inspire passion in your clients and team. Then build relationships by volunteering together.
Follow Up & Follow Through
Don’t leave business relationships on the table. Learn how to follow up and follow through.
Bringing Home the Business: Formulas for Success
People get caught up in the algorithms, because behavior should be predictable. Is it?
Capacity: How much – work, marketing, studying, networking, fill-in-the-blank – is enough?
You are enough! Take some to check in with yourself to make sure you are on target to execute on your plan.