A Quick Note From Deanna…
Another busy week here at the HQ!
Along with having some great calls with clients and meeting with my team on some new projects, I was so happy to have had a really fun time on my fr*ee training call yesterday, “3 Mistakes Business Owners Make That STOP Them Getting More Clients … And How You Can Avoid Them!”
My pal and colleague, Anita Kirkman interviewed me and boy did we have fun. Did you miss it? You can still get the recording and the valuable tips I shared here.
The best part? On the call, I announced the launch of my new program, End Marketing Overwhelm Forever. And I’m telling you, I couldn’t be more proud and excited about it.
You see it’s the culmination of everything I’ve learned small businesses need to do to be successful. And if that weren’t enough, instead of throwing all the solutions and systems at you at once, it’s delivered in short weekly lessons. So there’s no chance you’ll get overwhelmed and frustrated. Cool huh? Check it out here.
This weeks’ article is my assault on one of my biggest pet peeves, ineffective one-to-one or “get to know you meetings.” Done right they can be super powerful. Done wrong and they’re a HUGE waste of your time and energy.
It’s all about getting the best results for the least amount of effort.
See you next week.
Business Growth & Marketing Strategist
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The answer may lie in your end goal. You may think, “I know why I’m working twelve-hour days: I want to get my business off the ground.” Read the rest of this entry »
By this point, you’ve read a lot of causes of burnout and many suggestions for combatting it. Are you still wondering why you get a headache every time you think about working on your goal?
Sometimes our goals seem fine. They’re measurable, we put a timeline to them, and they’re things we really want – or think we want. But still they’ve lost their ability to motivate us, and as a result we feel bereft, bored, or just plain blah. If this sounds familiar, you may think that there’s something wrong with you – you’re not disciplined, you lack commitment, or you simply don’t have what it takes. Read the rest of this entry »
Have any of you ever tried yoga? Well, if you have, you know how difficult obtaining balance can be. All of the different positions you have to undergo to set your body into the perfect state of equilibrium can be strenuous and exhausting. And undertaking these feats (however difficult they may be) kind of reminds you of operating a business, doesn’t it?
Just like yoga, you have to find balance in the way you run and maintain your business endeavors. And sometimes it may be tiring when your business demands you to be pulled in many different directions just to obtain that equilibrium we all seek. But we do need that equilibrium to generate income so we can continue to grow our business. Think you could use a little help?
Consider how your team to help you maintain the balance in your business. You’ll have time to work on more important goals that could help generate additional income.