This month, Chief Inspiration Officer of What Works Coaching, Diane Dye Hansen, joins the line up of mentors who facilitate important business conversations at Entrepreneurs Assembly.
If you want to maintain your company’s health, you need to do the work. Here is an easy maintenance checklist you can use to make sure your business is tuned up and streamlined for long-term health.
When it comes to motivation, do you coach yourself to success or paint yourself into a corner? Part of business is learning how to coach and motivate others. But you also have to motivate yourself if you are going to drive the success of your company.
When I use my blocks in yoga, I don’t hurt. When I use my support system in business, I also don’t hurt. Things…. flow.
See the person inside the personas you meet. Find out one new, non-professional, thing about the people in your immediate circle. What did you discover?
While visual representation is part of a brand, the real meat of a brand is in its meaning to your customers and potential customers. What does it say to them? If they have absolutely nothing but your name in front of them, what would they feel? What would they assume?
Tending to your own yard (your own business, relationships, personal issues) is an art. It takes a lot of practice and willingness to not to look over the fence and compare, contrast, judge, or copy what your neighbor is doing.
There are dozens, if not hundreds, of little things we do to test our relationships. Sometimes, though, the tests go too far. Reframing your mindset is key to keeping an open mind.
If you own/operate a business in Nevada within 100 miles of Carson City and need a hand up, the What Works for Northern Nevada Scholarship may be able to help.
Your opening song is simply having a conversation. You aren’t in it to pitch yet. Once the fan base is there, you can communicate on a regular basis and be sure your fans get the newest stuff first.