Can I be frank with you?
We are so close to our next accomplishment, achievement, open door, or opportunity. So close we can taste it. Do you see it?
We don’t always have to do things according to how others do them. Because nine times out of 10, we never achieve them since we are not doing it uniquely according to who we are and what we have been designed to do. Our purpose must be aligned to our goals, and our goals must be aligned to our purpose. It may sound repetitive, but it’s important to learn this way if we are to fully embrace and engage in achieving all that you desire to achieve. In the video below, there are two important components of goal setting that are imperative but not talked about in many coaching circles. I’d love to hear your comments on this training.
I believe in life, there are situations that just get on your nerves! Yes I know, what a wonderful way to start a blog post, right? But I’m going somewhere with this. This quote kind of shares where I’m at: “When you come off something really disappointing, you want to come back and kind of regroup and get involved in something positive right away.” -Andy Roddick
How many of you are contemplating your exit strategy? Do any of you have a plan? What about a step by step blueprint that will give you peace of mind and a way out while still securing you as you go forth in your calling? There are many who want to open a small business but have no backing and no clear cut method of execution.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, less than 50% of small businesses successfully make it past 4 years of operation. Although there are many factors that determine the low success rate, experts believe that the leading cause is linked to capital. However, many entrepreneurs fail to realize that their success in is directly connected to the amount of Purpose Capital™ they produce for their business. They are so busy trying to raise and make more capital that they forget about the most important capital that make their business plan a success.