Yesterday I shared how, in 1989 while trying desperately to get my first business off the ground, I received my first real-world wake-up call from my entrepreneurial father, who imparted upon me the true power of planning.
The last two days, I’ve been writing about how to create a written vision for your business.
On day 1, I shared the common mistakes I see entrepreneurs make when creating a business vision and day 2, I asked you to dive in and get the juices flowing by answering a few
One thing I’ve learned, over the years, is whenever I want to re-ignite my passion for my business or take our revenues to the next level, I need only to return to the vision I am holding for my life and business.
Your vision is a purpose-driven expression of what
I woke up this morning so happy to be back home after my whirlwind trip to Palm Springs and LA. These past 6 days have been transformative on so many levels and I am grateful to have met the angels who made that happen.
Today’s blog was inspired by an email that touched me deeply and