Do you remember who won the gold medal in the 400m back in 1992 at Barcelona?
No worries, I don’t either.
You are versatile enough to serve a wide spectrum of clients, right? So why narrow your market? Why limit the number of students (or clients) you can help?
Unfortunately, it’s not about what you feel …
This came up in a recent conversation.
I don’t know if T Harve Eker coined the phrase or if he borrowed it, but most who’ve attended his workshop would remember this phrase.
But Isn’t that too general a statement?. Sound a little too simplistic for a business mindset, right?
Think about it. [Read more…]
I went for my regular eye check up with the ophthalmologist this morning. Guess what?
I brought along a book (Finally Alive by John Piper) which I could not read because my pupils were dilated for the eye examination and my eyes could not focus.
This is the time of the year when anticipation of new opportunities and business growth abounds and people are invigorated with new hopes.
Somehow, things will be different this year, right?
This Chinese proverb is commonly translated as
The teacher opens the door but the student needs to walk through it.
This is not far off except I doubt if Chinese masters, in ancient times, would open doors for their disciples even figuratively speaking. More likely it would have been the other way around. [Read more…]
You’re not sure if you are ready to choose “Yes” and move forward or to wait a little until you feel more ready.
Or at least, when you feel that the timing is right.
Inevitably, you’ve taken the middle ground. It’s not a “Yes now”, and it does not seem like a “No” either. It’s quite the safe place.
To attract savvy prospects, marketers today have to up their game and be helpful instead of just pushing salsy messages.
They are also expected to be authentic in their dealings.
There’s a definite shift from businesses being self-serving to being more client-centric.
Everyone has dreams and visions, beautiful ones too.
There’s talks about making these dreams come true.
Ready to throw in the towel?
You are not the first. And you won’t be the last.
Many have traveled down the road of entrepreneurship (or discipleship) and given up half way.
It’s a road filled with uncertainties and adventures.
Louisa is an Author, Content Strategist, Coach and Trainer. She helps you build rewarding businesses so you have the time to serve bigger purposes.
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