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Have you considered whether or not your business needs a business coach? Do you have the right structure for Annual and Quarterly Planning? What elements of Strategy or Execution can your business do better to achieve increased results?
We spoke on confidence before in Where Does Confidence Come From? Giving Positive Reinforcement. A reader posted a comment to LinkedIn reminding me of another place where confidence comes from.
t’s most appropriate that on Valentine’s Day that I share with you the person in my life that inspires me and that has proven to be a “Super Star” in the category of a Catalyst. On Valentine’s Day it is my sincere hope you have someone special in your life that is so loving, caring, and determined to help you live to your fullest. Share your love for her this day. My wife Michelle is without a doubt the person that has helped me the most through my AML and Bone Marrow Transplant. In many cases I’m not even aware of everything she is doing to contribute to my recovery and remaining clear of any germs and immune deficiency issues.
“If I emulated you in any way as a creator today, send me a signal in the form of feedback in my world to let me know that you were noticing my efforts. And bring it in a way that I least expect, that wakes me up from this dream, and leaves no doubt that it has come from you so that I am inspired to do this again tomorrow.” The voice of Joe Dispensa softly speaks to me at the conclusion of the meditation
Topics: Acute Myeloid Luekemia, Coach Advisor, Catalyst, Pearsons Law, leading and lagging indicators, Bone Marrow Transplant, Graft-Versus-Host Disease, Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself: How to Lose, Joe Dispensa
As a Business Leader do you need a business coach?
In Top Ten Elements to Drive Business Growth - 4-3-2-1 Formula we looked at the elements that Gazelles and Positioning Systems focus on to drive growth in small to mid-sized business. These are fundamentals that Jim Collins discovered in his groundbreaking book Good to Great and have been further confirmed by studies at Harvard Business Review.