The Holy Grail of success as a business owner is not only to achieve business success but also manage a good work-life balance. To have the freedom to not have to work a 40 hour week, but to spend time with your family, travel, and do more of what makes you happy.
I’ve just finished reading a book called “Triggers” by Marshall Goldsmith, a book about creating behaviour that lasts and becoming the person you want to be. This book explains in detail how you can change and maintain your behaviours to achieve success in business and in life, and it’s a great read.
According to an article published today on mybusiness.com.au, half of SME owners have no plan in place to exit their business, potentially paving the way for broken dreams and financial hardship later in life.
Have you been thinking over this holiday period that it would be nice to spend more time with your family? Or perhaps travel more, or retire early and spend more time doing the things you love? Sounds good, doesn’t it? But if you’re a business owner it’s not always that easy.
As Business Coaches we talk a lot about the importance of planning, and whilst it’s not always a “sexy” subject, there is no question that the most successful business owners put plans in place and then implement those plans to succeed.
Goal setting is as important in personal life as it is in business. The most common denominator in all the self-help literature and books is the importance of goal setting. We’re told to set long-term goals, short-term goals, lifetime goals and personal goals. The benefits of Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Results orientated, Time-framed (S.M.A.R.T) goals have been written about in self-help
There is something that no one tells you at school – when you write down a goal you are more likely to actually do it. To back this theory up a study conducted by Harvard to find out why 3% of its graduates made ten times more money after they graduated than the other 97%(1). One of the primary reasons
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