Do I want to be known for going the extra mile? Yes, I think I do. It may even be the title of my auto-biography...once I have worked out how to do it for the worthy and deserving cause, not just because someone asked. Good learning this week. And any week with good learning in it is also a good week.
Do you believe in Magic? I do. It happens all day long every day in my life and the lives of my clients, we are happy and grateful for it, we ask for it, we expect it, we are delighted by it, we intend it, we manifest it and we are all as mad as a box of frogs. Or are we?
I love my Visionboard and I credit it with keeping me in touch with the things I want, the reasons why I do what I do. It's not the main way I do that, I feel that's quite firmly rooted inside me, but externally my office wall looks pretty as I tick off the things I have achieved and update it with the new things I want.
U is for USP, your Unique Selling Proposition. Do you have one? Do people know what your business does for them?
And you know that biggest thief of your time and mine - as proved definitely at my house by Rescuetime? No surprises here: email. Shut it down except 1-3 times a day/week, and get some bloody work done!
Now, how can I help you achieve the success you deserve? What is it that you want? What would constitute success for you? My main area of expertise is around business success and wealth creation and although I don't do much 1-2-1 coaching any more, I do do lots of advice about how to be wealthier and if you are not afraid to put your stick in the sand and stand up and say "I want to be better off" then I am the woman (or one of them) to point you in the right direction?
Frank De Luca says that "living a rich life means living a heart-felt life marked by joy, ease and satisfaction". He da man, that Frank, no idea who he is actually (sorry, Frank) but I found him on the web - where else? Have you measured your quotients for joy, ease and satisfaction recently? Go on, do it now, take five minutes while I share a bit more of Frank's top wisdom with you.
At the risk of sounding like the old bloke on Reggie Perrin, I didnt get where I am today without asking good questions. Asking questions does not make you look stupid, it makes you look clever, keen to learn, enthusiastic, involved, a player, an achiever and more. It gets you noticed by the people you need to be noticed by, your teachers, peers and bosses
Who are you and how is that reflected in your brand, your business, your life? What peace and success could come from having them all aligned?
Would I rather have more successful entrepreneurs even if it eats into my off peak benefits? Yes, do you know, I think I would.