My business plan for success looks the most like:
I focus first on systems, second on service , third on growth.
I focus first on service, second on systems, third on growth.
I focus first on growth, second on systems, third on service.
Sometimes there are obstacles in business. In order to work toward a solution:
I want to use all of the data and past history.
I prefer to collaborate.
I trust my intuition first.
When I experience breakdowns in communication:
I prefer to tune out and move on quickly.
I spend a lot of time thinking (or overthinking) about what the other person may have felt.
I take a break and consider the other person’s perspective.
When it comes to your purpose –
I’m still figuring that out - I just want to bring in income to support my family and live comfortably.
I feel I know what I’m meant to do - I’m just not sure how to make it happen.
I am living my purpose and I want to take it to an even higher level.
Are you where you thought you’d be at this point in your life?
It’s frustrating - I thought I’d be further along.
I feel an unsettledness in me around my passion and what I really want to be doing.
I am on track with my vision and I am constantly gaining clarity around it.
In order to develop new ideas:
I take a methodical approach.
I prefer a collaborative approach.
I take an inspirational approach.
When it comes to time:
There’s just not enough hours in the day!
Boundaries are hard for me.
There’s always enough time.
When you feel “ stuck” in your business it’s because:
I’m doing so much with nothing to show for it.
I’ve lost my passion because I’ve lost my direction.
My business has drained me and I’m not doing the things that I love.
Where do you gain your motivation and drive for your entrepreneurial pursuits?
I’m easily self motivated. Business is practical - it comes down to good marketing and financial management.
I love creating - it lights me up to be innovative and think of out of the box solutions.
It comes down to the clarity in my vision - I am able to see the big picture and can inspire others to want to work toward it.
What statement best describes how you make business decisions?
I’m skilled at analyzing data and making informed, objective decisions that will move my business forward.
I’m going to make a choice that feels true and authentic to me - one that supports my values and passions.
The right decision is the one that will create the biggest impact for my customers.