The 7 Things Coaches MUST Do In Their Business Today

I work with a lot of coaches and I see a lot of the same missed opportunities and mistakes over and over. If you are a coach, consultant, or advisor, you’ll want to implement these tips right away. 1. Set up an online scheduling system to help automate the scheduling process. Even something as simple […]

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Weekend Reading: My fav’s from this week: 6/4/10

Posted by on June 4, 2010 in: Weekend Reading

You Can Learn A Lot From Your Customers – Do you sell a product or services to your customers? Have you ever made the time to reach out to them individually by way of a phone-survey, or email survey, or heck even an old fashioned snail mailed survey? Michael Fleischner reminds us of the importance […]

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5 Common Productivity Barriers and How to Eliminate Them

Business owners face two blocks to great productivity each day. The first block is of their own choosing – they may or may not choose to procrastinate. The second block is a series of external barriers that keeps them from getting more done in the day. While the first blocks is completely in their control, […]

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9 Tips for More Effective Multitasking

For busy professionals, multitasking is a must-have skill that allows you to shoehorn more productivity into an already packed schedule. It’s an often-maligned skill, too, because of the frequently quoted problem that multitasking results in poorer quality work. But I disagree. Like other skills, I believe that multitasking is something you can develop and improve […]

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Get More Done with On-Call Help

Business owners who are advancing from the solopreneur to a staffed organization can’t always make that leap from one to the other cleanly. They will often discover that there is an intermediate step in between, although not everyone knows this. It’s true! In the steps between running a business on your own and running a […]

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Customer-to-Client: How to Make the Transition

When we hang out our proverbial shingle and start selling something, people come to us to transact business, buying our goods or services with their hard-earned cash. I call these people customers. They transact occasionally and it’s based on the value they perceive from the product or service you provide. Businesses need customers. But I […]

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The conundrum of committedness – part 3

In my last two blogs, I’ve talked about the conundrum of committedness. The first part of the conundrum is the need to continue generating new commitments, even if there are a lot of them currently. And the second part is that new commitments aren’t always predictable. Here are some ways to manage that situation for […]

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