He now knows where his customers come from and his conversion rates
so well that he has razor focus. His patience and hard work on the
front end has paid off. Business improved and he isn’t now nor has
he ever been overwhelmed by his plan. He took it one step at a
time, and it works like a fine-tooth comb.
Then Phoebie tackled this critical question:
What is the ONE most important activity she could do TODAY to bring
awareness to her service?
If you have been in business for a long time and are an expert in your industry, what would your best customer say you are really good at doing? Why don’t you ask a few of them? They will tell you EXACTLY why they bought your product or service and what makes you unique. The results may surprise you. The process of narrowing down your sweet spot or unique ability is freeing. It allows you to focus on the most important thing you do and, I hope, allow you to release lots of the other stuff.
People may be hanging on to their money these days, but one thing they will buy is the expertise of someone who knows more than they do about something important to them. Whether you have done something for a long time, studied a subject in depth or are great at teaching some-thing interesting, you can join the new economy: People who are making money leveraging their expertise.
Were you too busy or overwhelmed to come to an overwhelm workshop? Yes / No
Were you so focused that they didn’t notice the bombardment of advertisements? Yes / No
Is being overwhelmed or out of focus an issue for you? Yes / No
In today’s market companies are finding it essential to teach their employees how to
better communicate with one another.The purpose of using DISC is to help individuals attain a greater knowledge of themselves as well as others. The ability to interact effectively with others could determine success or failure.
I walk into a meeting and someone has read my new book: The Key to the Golden Handcuffs. They start telling me all about it and how helpful it is to them. I dash for my camera… something to mark the moment. I say, “Can you say that again?!” They do. Thanks Stan.
Winter 2012 – Business Tune Up
Workshop Series for Business Leaders
Sponsored by High Performance Advocates, Sierra Commons and The Grass Valley Chamber of Commerce
I couldn’t believe the first time I heard this story. I wasn’t sure what
to think of this crazy, energetic woman.
Why am I sending you her story? Because I have had
the opportunity to know her, to experience her training, to achieve
my coaching certification with her and I can tell you that she changed
my life. I’m thinking that you may want that same experience I had.
Yipes! It’s September already. I want to know what you are trying to accomplish this year. Answer my four questions.