Are you willing to do the hard things?

How badly do you want to succeed? 


It’s one thing to say you want success but it's another thing to actually make the hard choices, do the difficult things, and take the steps to make success happen.


Some of the clients I work with say they want more time and more money but when told that they need to cut out some of the time wasters or delegate some of the things that they have always done themselves, they aren’t always willing to make the changes.


Einstein said “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” 


If you aren’t seeing your business grow as fast as you want it to, ask yourself some questions: 


  • Are you willing to give up low value, high maintenance clients and focus time on new niche markets that might be more lucrative for you?
  • Are you willing to get over your control-freak tendencies and delegate some tasks to someone else? 
  • Would you stop answering the phone every time a client calls so that you can see the tasks at hand to completion?
  • Would you give up those weekday lunch dates with your friends if you can’t seem to find any other time to do business development?


These are all examples of changes you could make to be more effective with your time and attention, ultimately leading to greater success. But you have to decide to do the hard things, make the big and small changes, and commit to prioritizing success.


If you are ready to navigate which changes you need to make, you don’t have to do this alone. Let’s connect and take the first step to mapping out a plan.


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