Greetings <<First Name>>,
During this tenth year in business, I've enjoyed sharing some valuable lessons with you: be willing to take risks, have a brand that clearly reflects your product, don’t go it alone. If you’ve missed any of these issues, let me know and I’ll email them to you. In this last issue of 2013, I have two final lessons to share: define success on your own terms, and be prepared for change. If you have questions, or would like to learn how I can help you put these lessons in place, contact me by email or by phone at 866.233.1570.
Being in business for myself has always been so important to me. I've survived the recession, I have a steady flow of clients, and I’m an independent business owner doing the work I believe in. What about you? There are no easy short-cuts to success.
You have to know what you want, define what success looks like for you and go after it.
Lesson 10: Be Prepared to Change
The world of business is moving at such a rapid pace, it is forcing us to change day by day. New technologies and new ways of doing business present constant challenges. How can you see these challenges as opportunities? Be prepared, network, and read extensively on the web and in print. You’ll be a more savvy business person, and add increased value to your business. Here are three steps that will help you through the change process:
And here are some helpful change navigation tips from the Massachusetts Conference for Women
Stay focused on those products and services that define who you are and what you do.
Rethink your business. Step out of your comfort zone. Keep your eyes and ears open for new opportunities.
Reignite your passion for your business—use the changes around you to help reignite. Remember the reason why you went into business for yourself.
Sharpening Your Performance Skills
Do you desired to be more precise, more motivated, intentional in achieving your goals ? As your business coach, I will help you tap the “wisdom within you.” I can help you to focus on the “big picture” of what it is you want to create for yourself and your business and help you to navigate the changes.
Here’s how you will benefit from a business coach:
Get your business on track by getting you past ruts, blockages and challenges.
Help you to recognize what works for you and your business.
Develop plans and processes to measuring performance.
Facilitate your perspective to think differently, positively, and effectively.
If you are ready to take the step to be more focused, have clarity and have accountability, contact me today at 1-866-233-1570 or by email.
Did You Know?
November is National Entrepreneurship Month - by the day, by the week, by the month. Any time is the right time to celebrate and support America’s economic engines! And that includes you, right?
is National Write a Business Plan Month
Check out eight reasons why a business plan is vital to the success of a business.
Thank you for taking the journey of celebration with me. I hope that you have found value in the 10 lessons that I have shared with you over these past months. Thanks to my clients, for without you, I would not have achieved this milestone. Thanks to my board of directors for your guidance and support.
Thanks to my family, friends, and colleagues for your words of encouragement and wisdom. I am looking forward to the next 10 years, as BWM Consulting continues to grow and evolve to help you bring clarity, focus and strategic growth to your business.
Brenda Wornum Moore
CEO & President
BWM Consulting, Inc.