Can You Create A Business Doing Only What You Love?

I am always very interested in my clients’ weekly check-in reports, specifically in what gets done and what remains undone, especially those tricky or challenging items which get stuck there, week after week. Last week in the UK was the 31st January tax return submission deadline. Every one of my clients who intended to get that done last week succeeded. Why? Easy! Because there was: A deadline and A penalty (£100 for non submission on time) A deadline is the single most useful thing for getting things done. A penalty is even better. So here’s my first thought for you. […]

Keep Reading »

The Antidote to Bright Shiny Objects

I love that my clients always teach me new ways to help them achieve better results in their businesses. Two clients have recently confessed that they suffer from an attraction to ‘bright shiny objects” and they feel constantly distracted by glittering offers which hold out the promise of more money sooner and easier than doing what needs to be done in their own existing projects, what they already know needs to be done. These bright shiny objects initially seduce, then serve only to confuse and muddle and distract. The very fact that they can acknowledge that to me means they […]

Keep Reading »