“It is never too late to be who you might have been.”–George Eliot
Consider hiring a coach. A coach can work with you on many levels: perhaps you need a manager; someone who can keep you focused on your daily activities and routines; perhaps you need a consultant; someone who can help you improve your systems and processes; perhaps you need a mentor, someone who can show you the way; or maybe you just need someone to bounce around ideas that can help you improve yourself and your practice. A good coach is also a resource; a person who can put you in front of the right people, the right information and the right systems at the right time.
Let’s get together and discuss what’s working, what’s not, what’s missing and what you can do about it. Coaching is offered in a one-on-one or group format.
You may be in business by yourself, but you don’t have to be in it alone. The cost of coaching is usually less the net revenue of one new client. The cost of not having a coach could be thousands.
For starters consider joining a 12 Week Year Group Coaching Program. Join 4-5 other people and learn how to make more money in less time by adding more intentionality and focus to your life.
For more information about coaching, go to www.addiewoods.com/coaching.