Have you ever wondered how you get your business ideas, plans, into action and make progress with your dream business?
Your business ideas need clarity in what you want and where you are going.
To begin today, write down your business ideas, then the steps to starting your business. Where is this journey taking you? Your business ideas can happen and be a fun adventure – especially when you know where you want to go and know the steps you need to put in place to get there.
- Have a vision and a mission with which to use in setting your goals and objectives – and be persistently focused.
Successful people understand the importance of planning in their lives. If I were driving from Texas to California, I would need to a strategy – a plan.
Now, in the past I would have said, ‘Well, of course, that makes sense, I know what my plan and goals are for my business ideas – I don’t need the boring tasks of writing this down! It just uses up time and feels like I am procrastinating in getting started on the real work.’ Duh –
- I was procrastinating by not writing out my business ideas, plan and goals!
So, you say “I want a better life!” Great, what do you do next? According to Lee Iacocca, the former President of Ford Motor Corporation and Chairman of Chrysler Corporation, “The discipline of writing something down is the first step toward making it happen.” Could he really have a point here?
Support your business ideas and make a plan on what you want to bring into your business (and life). Write it down and stay focused on your end goal at all times.
- Don’t have time, or even the mental energy to do this?
Put your business ideas into a strategy, and then into action. Taking small steps to get clearer, and getting focused on what to do next to get where you need to be, is part of what gives you direction and focus on where your business idea is heading.
- Read more about this Planning Business Strategies and put your business ideas into action!
Many entrepreneurs and businesses just jump into creating a business without researching and making a concrete plan.
How do you free up your time and find out where you are on your entrepreneur’s path and then move forward?
You put together your Business Plan, from business ideas, with the ‘Big Picture’ on a strategic path. Sure you do want the traditional business plan, I have done that – it is enlightening and brings clarity to your thoughts on paper.
— You want to create a business that is truly aligned with who you are and know how to make a bigger difference in the world with your gifts.
I think we’d all love to wake up in the morning feeling invigorated and excited to greet the day because we have a business that is fulfilling and adds meaning to the lives of others, as we help solve their problems.
You can have clarity and focus around how to move your business and life to the next level of success. No longer do you need to feel overwhelmed. You will grow and understand where to focus your energy to maximize your results – and learn what you can clear off your plate so you’re life doesn’t feel so frantic.
So what are your business ideas, your business plan? Your strategies will form and the tactics will come from this!
This is where a Business Coach, mentor – Like myself can help tremendously. You don’t have to do this alone! Contact Coach Donna, today for a no-cost visit.
Certified Business Coach, Intuitive Strategist ~ As a Social Media Manager and Consultant, I do the work for you and/or train corporations and small businesses how to set up their blog and a Social Media Marketing Plan around their blog/website as their business hub. As a Social Media Marketing Expert, I teach Relationship Marketing and Social Media Mastery, consulting and speaking services for corporate, business owners, and conscious entrepreneurs around the globe!
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