Top 10 Most Powerful Things I’ve Learned About Business in 2010


Let me just say that 2010 has brought about so many amazing challenges and changes for my business. I suspect that I’m not alone. When I first started my business in November 2008, I had every intention of being a residential organizer. I had my reasons for thinking that was the best path, but within the first 6 months of business I realized that my passion was not for residential organizing. I’m a huge fan of residential organizing, and love all the tips and tools out there, but I didn’t feel passionate about providing this service to others. In fact, I didn’t really know at that time where my passion lied. So, rather then create a list of what I did like, I decided to create a list of the things I knew (for sure) that I didn’t want to do. At the top? Garages!

As I began to create a list of the things I knew I didn’t want to do, I started to find my passion – businesses! Through a great deal of battling against myself (niche market), months of business coaching, and falling down a few (or more) times, I realized that I love working with business folks. Helping businesses work smarter (not harder) is a passion of mine, and it’s something I’ve been doing in nearly every position I’ve held over the last 18 years.  Just over two years into the business I’m rebranding with a new name and all the marketing materials to go along with that.

If you are a business owner, you can probably relate. Wearing every hat can be overwhelming, tiresome, and even frustrating. With so many amazing challenges and changes over this last year, I knew I had to share what I’ve learned. Over the next 10 days I’m going to share with you the Top 10 Most Powerful Things I’ve Learned About Business in 2010. Here’s a sneak peak at the Top 10 list. Stay tuned over the next 10 days to hear more about each topic on the list.

  1. Trust Your Gut
  2. Find Your Strength
  3. Ask For Help
  4. Take Risks
  5. Build Relationships
  6. Nurture Relationships
  7. Use Your Voice
  8. Get Uncomfortable
  9. Make a Plan (or Two or Ten)
  10. 10. Don’t Wait for Perfection

 

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