Joanna inherited a real estate company from her father who passed away unexpectedly some years ago. She left behind a job she enjoyed, (working for a non-profit dedicated to helping low-income families find affordable housing), to take over running the small company; thinking that she could make a lot more money and feeling as though she owed it to her Dad’s memory to carry on the business he spent a life-time building. Read the rest of this post »
Archive: Business Building
People struggle with their businesses at many different times of the year. Some people say the worst season for business is during Christmas, while others say the summer months are the worst. Part of this may depend on the type of business you run, while the other part may depend on you and when you want to work and grow your business. Read the rest of this post »
Editorial note: These principles of group coaching can apply in many other group teaching/mentoring situations. You don’t have to be a “coach” to apply these tactics!
If you have questions about group coaching, you are not alone. When I began my coaching practice, I wanted to add this powerful offering to my repertoire and did not know exactly how to do this. So I set out to learn how to create an amazing group experience! The six-step model of group coaching has supported countless coaches over the years and helped them get their core message out in a bigger way. So far we’ve shared: Read the rest of this post »
If you have followed me for any amount of time, you know that creating a system for success is key in your business.
However, sometimes even the best systems start having lackluster results. You can blame it on hundreds of things, but the fact of the matter is you have to change it, or your business will wither.
Here are some ideas: Read the rest of this post »
Short, Sweet, Simple.
Here are 3 Steps to take in order to reach a new level of success. Read the rest of this post »
What’s the best way to follow up with prospects? This is one of the most common questions I get and there are as many experts with an answer to this as there are ways to do it. Read the rest of this post »
When you think of perfect clients, who comes to mind?
People who can pay you? People who have problems you can solve?
Those are great places to start, but there are other elements to include ESPECIALLY if you’re a coach or consultant. Read the rest of this post »
In part 1 of Achieving Business Success based on The Martha Rules, I gave the first five rules from Martha Stewart book entitled: The Martha Rules – 10 Essentials for Achieving Success as You Start, Build, or Manage a Business.
Below are the remaining five rules that I believe will become your stepping-stones for succeeding in your career, business and life. Read the rest of this post »