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What are you focusing on?


What are you focusing on?

If you are going to succeed in your business, or in any area of life for that matter, you have to focus on the right stuff.

Are you feeding your fears & doubts or are you feeding your faith & belief in your ability to grow your business & succeed?

One will derail you, the other, will get you to that place that brings fulfillment, peace & success.

What you focus on is what you get. Take inventory of your thoughts & words & see if they are helping or hurting you.

Thoughts ARE things & we must learn to think & focus on the right stuff.

What do you think? What is your biggest challenge you find yourself in & what are you saying?

Announcing our New Facebook Group!!!

SUPER pumped to have launched my Facebook Group: The Unstuck Entrepreneur a couple weeks ago…

​ATTENTION: if you are a business professional, a business owner or are an aspiring entrepreneur who wants to FULFILL YOUR POTENTIAL & LEVERAGE YOUR TALENTS & ABILITIES TO ACHIEVE SUCCESS IN YOUR BUSINESS OR CAREER, I invite you to join & poke around. Further, if you know any like-minded individuals who could benefit as well, share with them. People need a positive, forward-thinking environment committed to excellence in all areas of life…

I am honored to share this journey with over 200 motivated & inspired people so far, with over 20 expressing interest in committing to a private accountability group to help drive them to higher levels of success. Humbled & fired up for these amazing people!!!

The group is designed to help business owners/entrepreneurs enhance their business mindset, perspective, prospecting, sales, presentation, ROI, pipeline management etc… skills to succeed at a higher level by being more effective and intentional with every action taken in their businesses.

We are planning for amazing things in this group moving forward !!! See you inside !!!

Join The Unstuck Entrepreneur by clicking on the image below…


New Business Owner? No Credibility Yet? Follow this advice…

grow your business by partnering with others

After a number of great chats with business owners this past week, I am seeing another VERY common issue.

And, it is one that can be seen across all different industries…

The concern of a “newer” business owner/professional who does not have tangible evidence of their credibility. Meaning, they do not have verifiable results or a client base they have been able to deliver a successful service for.

When you are new in business & are looking to tell people you offer services but don’t have documented evidence that you have been successfully serving others, what happens?

You likely are lacking self confidence or belief that you can help someone. You are like a deer in headlights, frozen because you don’t know how to proceed.

TRUE? Absolutely…

The way to handle this is to be honest & transparent. “Mr. Prospect, I have been investing heavily in my education & training & am passionate to help you accomplish your goals. What I want you to know is I am PARTNERED with some great people who I can leverage as resources to help me in the process of providing high quality services to you that will exceed your expectations.”

In other words, “I am new but committed to hard work & I’ve got people who have my back to help me get you results.”

It is totally okay to do this. In fact, I recommend it. People will appreciate your honesty…Lean on the resources behind you until you establish your own credibility & results.

Thoughts/comments/feedback ???

Doing Business Old-School is a Good Thing

in-person meeting

BUSINESS TIP: Doing business face-to-face is better than over the phone or online.

If you CAN meet with a business prospect in person, DO IT.

Sure, technology allows us to leverage our time & be more effective BUT it can remove the personal factor that is needed.

Meeting in person allows your true colors, your passion, your commitment to serve that prospect come out. They cannot see it over the phone. Further, it allows you to see your prospect’s reaction to conversation which can be used to settle concerns & direct to an agreement.

Don’t use tech as a crutch. Be smart & meet in person whenever you can!!!