The Sufficient Solopreneur

If I could teach my clients one thing right off the bat it would be this. You are enough. You are already good enough and bright enough to become self-employed and create an income running your own small business from home. You already know enough, you just don’t know that you do or do what you know. And if I could just persuade you to do what you already know, under my guidance and in our community, everything will turn out just fine. Your confidence will grow and along with it your self-esteem and self-belief. OK, you don’t know everything, but then […]

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The February 4: Fabulous, Fast Start VIP Coaching

Are you special? I hope you answered yes to that question, Gentle Reader, because of course we are all special. But some of us are more special than others, or at least we think we are. And some of us require special attention for a variety of different reasons. Do you need some of my special attention right now? You might be a Creator who wakes up every five minutes with a new idea. Your focus is all over the shop. You confuse your tribe with your constant invention and re-invention and you haven’t successfully and consistently managed to monetise […]

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Monetizing Your Creativity for Entrepreneurs and Stars

I am a lucky business coach indeed that I am surrounded by so many creative people with so much quirky talent. It is a normal everyday occurrence that I meet people who have heads full of brilliant ideas but no idea how to monetize them, no plan, no strategy and a lot of confusion. Why is this lucky for me? Because they are lovely people to spend time with and I do know how to make money out of their ideas. Let give you an example of the typical conversations I have with clients. These are the sorts of good things […]

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Begin With Yes: Steps, Readiness and Action

Chatting to a client yesterday afternoon on the topic of resistance and what hadn’t been done and why not, after our exploration I was able to offer a couple of tips. The first I attribute to Michael Neill as that’s where I think I learned it first. It’s about the next step. If you know what the next steps is but you have not taken it, then that’s not the next step. Think of a small child. They can manage little steps quite easily but they need a hand with the big steep ones. Break your next big step down […]

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Where Can Entrepreneurs Get Affordable Small Business Advice?

Club 100 is nearly full up and I am closing the doors and creating a waiting list. So, how can I help small business owners, solopreneurs and start-ups in other ways? I am creating a new group called Small Business Big Magic where everything is done within a group. This allows me more time to serve more people at a price you can easily afford – £50 per month. Small Biz Big Magic will include: 1. Several Live VOIP conference calls each week where you can join the conversation and talk about your business, pick my brains and learn from listening to me working with other […]

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Is There Any Profit In Your Passion? Who Cares!

I met a prospective client for the first time on Saturday. She’s a Star profile in Wealth Dynamics and she introduced that rather shyly before announcing her heart’s desire. Suffice to say that there could be no more appropriate profession for a Star – involving such words as passion, performing, acting, am-dram, singing, voice, auditions, drama school and improv. I have started to draw people like this to me. And it’s changing me. If this client had turned up in my life even a year ago I might have wondered what to do with her. Her passion was immediately obvious. How […]

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Will A Business Coach Help You With Your Personal Stuff Too?

The short answer is yes, this Business Coach will. Why? Because you are a human being too and you come with all sorts of stuff attached; a wife, a husband or a partner (sometimes more than one of each!), children, parents, obligations, duties, responsibilities, pets, health challenges, pets and/or partners with health challenges, and so on. All human beings do and in my opinion it is not ideal to even attempt to separate the human part of you from the business part. Our job together is a find a way to address issues arising and clear out what we can […]

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Testimonial: Judy’s Ringing Endorsement

“Here’s my ringing endorsement for Judith’s work. I have known Judith for quite a few years now and have had her support at different times in person in a group, in group emails, by phone, in individual emails, at a Cashflow game and in an accountability group. I wholeheartedly recommend her blend of coaching skill, business knowledge, caring and common sense – oh yes, and her intuitiveness and loyalty. Here’s to a great year for you and those who work with you, Judith!” Judy Barber, GoodRawFoodRecipes.com

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Where Do You Park Your BMW?

When I was an accountant way back, I drove a BMW, a story I was reminded of on Saturday when out and about with client friends Diane & Susie. I cannot remember why I was re-telling it, but it illustrated some point or another. I did enjoy my Beamer. It was a 5 series, a 535i to be exact for the petrol heads amongst us, and it was Lapis Lazuli (blue) in BMW speak. It purred. It went like shit off a stick. It wasn’t particularly fast away from the lights, but it could see off the boy racers a […]

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A Coaching Catalyst for Magic

A pattern happens with my clients which repeats itself over and over. It isn’t guaranteed, but it happens more often than not. And it involves magic. I believe in magic, the everyday sort not the top hat, cards, rabbits-out-of-a-hat, abracadabra sort. I probably believe in that too, I just haven’t paid all that much attention to that sort of magic. Magic is in my strapline and some of my clients have started to call me Magic Judith. And I like it. Let me give you an example. A client arrived on Monday for an ad hoc chat. She was a […]

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