When I was 25, I lived in overdraft. The amount of consumer debt I had was greater than what my annual income was at the time, and my net worth was in the negatives. Over the last 25 years, this is what I’ve learned.
Success leaves clues and if you’re already thinking about the type of year you’d like to have next year, this list is the perfect way to start. After working with hundreds of business owners over the past decade, I’ve noticed some habits, patterns and approaches that can help you to fast track the success you are looking for in business.
There are times when something that you do or say resonates with another person in a much more significant way than you realize.
As the year comes to a close and you begin thinking about next year, there is a huge opportunity for you to press pause, and do some serious reflection and inspection of your business.
Business has not been normal the last two years. For some, it’s been busier than ever, and for others, it’s been dismal. Regardless of what side of the spectrum you’re on, avoiding your numbers is bad for business.
It started with a bunny. Eddy jumped, (which is completely out of the norm for him), it startled Sunshine, and she yelped, then yelped again. And I knew she was headed for her crate. She had hurt something in her back.
Back issues are common to dachshunds, and this is not the first time this has happened. It’s the second time I’ve spent half a day in an emergency room with her, and it’s the second time she’s been prescribed pain meds and extended crate rest.
How many times have you launched something, only to have little to no success with it? All too often, we put the cart before the horse and we find ourselves feeling frustrated, disappointed, and angry about the way our launch went.
So, what should you do before you launch?