If you understand that in today’s market place outdated sales tactics and strategies ONLY posture you from a position of weakness in business, than you are going to want to use a coaching for business system that relies on strategic positioning. Successful entrepreneurship and marketing begins by understanding how to frame your messages from the AID paradigm.
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Are you really committed to your business success? These six business coaching training questions are meant to provide entrepreneurs the ability to self reflect on a critical principle of success: “How to get close to ‘sources of momentum’”.
One of the fastest ways to build confidence and fluidity in your high priced program or service is to frequently practice talking about it.
Talk about your program to everyone you meet, after prequalifying that they are either a potential client or a good referral source.
As a top level business coach, I have several tools and strategies for identifying how long it will take someone to be successful in their business. By successful, I mean attaining a certain level of profitability, along with having business systems that help support continued growth, and feeling a sense of purpose and satisfaction within their business.
It’s crucial that all of these elements be in place- profitability, systems, and satisfaction. Of course, you can build a business missing any one or two of these, but the business foundation will never be as strong as it could be if all three of these elements were in place.
As an entrepreneur, you always want to start with the end in mind. Sometimes, where we want to go with our business (our dreams, passions, goals) gets lost in the day to day activity, struggle, and challenges of running our business. We may have started our business with one outcome in mind, but find that, as it evolves, we are heading somewhere else entirely.
As I’ve been sharing a lot of business strategy and advice on this blog, I wanted to take a break from strategy and tactics for a minute and focus, instead, on some bigger picture, or “big perspective” type questions.