Getting Ready for 2013

Getting Ready for 2013

http://www.corporatecrossovers.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/MMC-Oct-2012-Getting-ready-for-2013.mp3 So lets get started, today we will be discussing, getting you ready for 2013. We will look at three areas: review how 2012 has been for you and your business create goals for 2013 develop a springboard for your success As we move towards the end of the year, we have a fantastic opportunity to take stock and to plan a brighter year for our business. I am recommending to all of my clients that they start their annual reviews now, and then they have a strong foundation upon which to build their 2013 plans. If you don’t have a set of financial targets for your business (revenue and profit) then frankly, you have an expensive hobby. That may be tough to hear but it’s time to embrace what you have created and step up! From research we conducted earlier this year of 300 women business owners, 68% of them are earning less now than when they had a job. I think this is such a shame. We deserve to have thriving businesses and to enjoy the benefits that brings, both financial and the feeling of doing work we love and find rewarding. Chances are you fall into the 68%. And from the research, the majority of the women were unhappy with their earnings. Is this you? OH!!! Was that you yawning at the thought of doing a business review and plan??? Believe me, it doesn’t have to be dull! It’s essential for the business and it can be done in a way that is energetic, developmental and inspiring. Because we all need a plan that inspires us!...
10 Traps to Avoid When you Leave your Job to Start a Business

10 Traps to Avoid When you Leave your Job to Start a Business

http://www.corporatecrossovers.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Feb-Masterclass-10-Traps-to-Avoid-1.mp3 Today we are going to discuss the Top 10 traps to avoid when you move from being employed to having your own business. And these traps can last longer than you might think! I have recently completed some quantitative research on 300 women business owners, and these are some of the traps they faced, and some are from my experience of nine years of working with business owners and people who left corporate to set up their own business – Corporate Crossovers. For each Trap – I’ll share some ideas about how you might avoid it, or fix it if you are there already. TRAP NUMBER !: Trying to do it all When you set up you own biz you are probably very passionate about it, and it is something you are very good at and you love doing And when you dreamt of your new business you imagined that you would spend lots of time doing that one thing And then you discover that you have to do lots of things! Chances are you are not an IT expert, a brilliant website builder or even a book-keeper yet suddenly when you start up you are propelled into having to know all this stuff! And you think you have to do it all! I really urge you to use people who are expert at this stuff – find someone who is as passionate about book keeping as you are about your own business, and let them take over your books…or your web design or what ever. They will do the job better and faster than you. And save...
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