Today, when I was out taking my morning walk, my mind wandered to a Women’s Business luncheon I recently attended where I overheard someone giving another businesswoman advice about a subject she was obviously not qualified to give. The advice she was sharing was actually scary. I thought, “Geez, I sure hope this woman doesn’t do what she’s being advised to do.”
I then thought, while I really wanted to, it was not my place to save either of these women but I wanted to make sure I share some very important information I learned from my own experiences, with the businesswomen I can and do support.
For some sound advice, listen to my four minute audio:
When I think back to ALL the BIG leaps in success & income I’ve had over the years, I realize that a combination of two important things were present:
Did you know that only 2% of women entrepreneurs break the million-dollar mark?
When you think about the work you put in, that’s a hard pill to swallow. So, why the big gap between our efforts and earnings?
I believe what stops women from breaking their income ceiling is not a lack of drive or determination.
What stops you is letting the same old systems and routines RUN you and your business, which keeps you satisfactorily underperforming, year after year.
Deep down you know that what got you here today is not all you need to accomplish your bigger vision.
Having a killer strategy for your business is essential if you plan on reaching your desired level of success. ‘Winging it’ won’t fly unless you don’t care what the wind blows in. ; -). Watch my quick video (under 1 minutes) from my last Moxie Retreat to discover the most powerful & profitable question you need to ask yourself for business success without burning out in 2016.
When you register for my upcoming MOXIE Retreat, you’ll have the opportunity to bring a business partner, key employee or team member at 50% off the regular registration investment. Women who attended my last MOXIE Retreat and brought a business partner or key team member reported that implementation was faster, seamless and most important – – Profitable.
The registration investment for my next MOXIE Retreat is getting ready to increase in 2 Days! Yep, after Thursday, October 15, the price is going UP.
Reserve in just 5 minutes: Simply jump on over to our registration page so you can reserve your seat using our easy pay option.
I must warn you that seating is limited and the registration investment increases after Thursday, October 15. Here’s another reason you’ll want to grab your seat now. The women who’ve made the smart decision to register so far are highly successful, very smart, and extremely well-connected which means not only is there the possibility of collaborating with these already very successful business women but…the cumulative amount of sound business experience that will be in the room will probably be more than 500 years’ worth…with plenty of opportunity to share and learn from each other.
If you have questions about the event, my team is ready and excited to jump on the phone with you. All you need to do is send us a quick email to firstname.lastname@example.org and either Kathy or Lynne will happily assist you.
A few people have been asking my team about the hotel where my upcoming MOXIE Retreat is happening on January 20-22, 2016. Rather than try and explain the hotel’s magnificence, I thought I’d take you on a virtual tour and show you this lovely gem located on the shore of the Pacific Ocean. Watch the video below I created just for you.
Email in-box crammed with back & forth communication from your team?
Drowning in piles of paper?
Six months ago, I would have answered yes to both these questions however, I made the decision to move my company to Evernote. This one change has dramatically reduced the number of emails in my in-box from team by more than 50%. Evernote has helped me reduce the paper flow in my office which has given me higher productivity, better efficiency and I’m more creative. Bibi Goldstein of Buying Time LLC came in to teach my team and I how to use this time-saving tool effectively in a way that everyone could understand easily.
I’ve actually told my hubby that if Evernote was a man, he might need to worry – yep, I’ve fallen in love. : -)