It’s December. The final month of the year. There’s a very important question you need to ask yourself, as you prepare for 2015:
Looking back, was January 2014 the start of a New Year… or was it just another chance to relive the same old year and frustrations, all over again?
At some point, a business owner needs to make an important decision — a decision that will determine their whole future. They need to decide what they are settling for.
Settling for too little
In my experience, the answer is that they settle for way too little.
They don’t deliberately settle for too little. It’s something that just happens after years of struggling. They lose touch with the excitement, dreams and goals they had when they started. They see survival as their main goal and are happy if they see even marginal growth.
Little wonder then, that these business owners lack the energy and drive they used to have.
It’s as if they have forgotten that as the owner of their business, there’s no limit on what they can achieve. No limit on what they can do. No limit on what their future can bring.
So, consider this message as a wake-up call to those who need it. And a rallying cry to those who want to do something about it!
Decide today that you want more in 2015. Far, far more!
Decide that you want a business that allows you to live the lifestyle you want. A business that allows you to build a wall of financial security around those you love. A business that’s worthy of you and the goals you had at the beginning. I did it and you can do it too. I know this because I help people achieve it every working day of my life.
Get the business development help you need, so you know you’re doing the right things, correctly. Then, work your plan throughout 2015. The results can be life changing.
I’ve used this approach with small business owners for almost exactly 20 years and can assure you it works. Beautifully and predictably.
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