When it comes to growing your online business, if you are anything like I am, you will have very ambitious ideas for how it will take off.
But have you stopped to consider that the only way to ensure your exciting ideas actually succeed is to have a very clear plan of action?
You need an ambitious plan that sets direction for each stage of growth in your business. That helps you get there step by step. Fast.
So let me tell you more about a tool I have used throughout my Entrepreneurial career, so that you can use it to achieve your goals and create that success you want.
One of the biggest challenges that online businesses face, that always gets in the way of realising ambition, is not having clear long term goals. I covered this in my last coaching club session: How To Power Up With Simple Goal Setting.
Your goals need to be well defined...
When it comes to setting goals for your online business growth, it's vital you know exactly what you want to achieve first - your vision - BEFORE you start creating your ultimate wish list of things to get done this year.
That's where, in my experience, most business owners go wrong - they just don't set their goals within the wider context of what they are actually trying to achieve and what they are passionate about long term.
It leads to your goals feeling a bit pointless or unachievable ...and when you feel like that about the goals you've set, more often than not, you shrug your shoulders and ignore them, pretending you didn't set them in the first place!
Sounds familiar right? We've all done it...
So it's time to get back to basics and power up your online business performance by starting with a simple goal setting process you will actually stick with!
My step by step guide below details exactly what you need to know to...
For many businesses, April is the start of the new financial year and time for a fresh start, both in terms of financial objectives and business growth goals.
It's time to review the old financial year and work out what went well and get very clear on what exactly, (or who) didn't deliver to expectations.
I wanted to share with you my 5 Step framework to help you evaluate your past year and unlock the business growth lessons, so you can plan for success next time:
Get a piece of paper or open a fresh online google docs and make a list of:
Pro tip: Go through your diary month by month if it helps you remember and make sure that you’re honest with yourself about what happened. Capture as much as you can.
Once you have your 2 lists, you can then assess what you would do differently or more of, next time. Make...