Being successful at business starts with being successful at life. Since no business can operate without relying on others at some point, the best business owners and operators know how to inspire the best out of the people who work for them as well as their customers. In every case, such business owners and operators have been coached to be their best by somebody who did it before them, and that's why their able to bring out the best in others.
When's the Last Time You Thought About Your Priorities?
Surely you know some of your most basic priorities. I can probably guess a few of them. For example, you likely want to be very successful in your business, have lots of money, and leave behind a legacy anyone would be proud of when you die. Those are more or less macro priorities. But what are you micro priorities? More specifically, what are your tactical or technical priorities for reaching your goals?
Sometimes it's Best to Follow a Proven Model
As an entrepreneur, you don't have to reinvent the wheel to be a success. Sometimes, following a proven model is the best way to achieve the level of success you envision for yourself. This doesn't mean being a copycat. Nor does it mean making every decision robotically as if following a script. It means implementing the steps that have been proven to work while maintaining your own personality and style. Think of it as building a house.
If you were going to build a house, you would likely want that house to be customized with the design and layout that suits your needs and preferences. The yard, the interior, the decor; all of it would represent you. Your personality would be reflected both inside and outside the house. Yet, during the construction process, you would very likely follow certain steps and protocols that have been proven to work. To not do so would compromise your safety and the integrity of the house you built.
Here's Another Illustration
SharePoint is a powerful Intranet software that empowers companies to communicate, save money, and increase employee productivity like never before. Yet, companies who use SharePoint typically pay SharePoint experts to coach and train their staff in order to get the best results from their networking software. What does this have to do with the importance of business coaching? Everything!
As you build a business, you invest your time, energy, and treasure into it. And while only failures view failures as failures, it hurts to endure the disappointment and hardship of watching your business crash and burn. You can never get back what you put into it. The point is that if you're going to invest so much into starting a business, just like the company who purchases SharePoint software, shouldn't you make you sure you have an expert who can teach you how get the most out of your business? By doing so, you will optimize your business's chances for longevity.
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