The Relationship Between Massages And Money – Thrive! TV Tips

The Relationship Between Massages And Money – Thrive! TV Tips

When did you last have a massage, or a manicure or do something to really pamper yourself? Cast your mind back to when you took some time out for pampering. How did you feel after the experience? Chances are you felt special, re-energized and rejuvenated. You probably felt like you could smile more easily, relax a little more and that the world was a much better place. How do you think that state of being impacted your customers and your prospects? Was it easier for you to have sales conversations, to do your work or to be more magical at networking events? We are our business. How we feel about ourselves and our lives is reflected in how we do our work. If you are feeling exhausted, sad or resentful it will seep into your work. Your clients and potential customers will feel it. Imagine how that will impact sales. I always think there is a direct correlation between how well I look after myself and my sales success.   Your Action: Plan something in the next week to relax, rejuvenate and get your passion back for your business. Your sales figures will thank you for it! Would you like a weekly burst of momentum delivered straight into your in box? Simply click on the button below, we’ll send you the latest tip each week! Sign me up for weekly Thrive!...
Even if you paid me more, I still wouldn’t…

Even if you paid me more, I still wouldn’t…

The most surprising fact that came from the Corporate Crossovers research was even if they were offered more money, two thirds of those women earning less or much less in their businesses compared to their previous work, still wouldn’t return to employment. Clearly their distaste for their previous environment outweighs their lower earnings. Money isn’t the driver for these women anymore. Many said in the research that they were happier with less, they had become less materialistic and were loving the freedom and flexibility that their new life gave them. Where are you with this? Are you really happier earning less, or if you are honest would you love to earn what you once did, doing what you do now? If this sounds like you, this is why I set up Corporate Crossovers – to help women like you thrive! Take the first step for change and download my free e-book on “How to Start earning what you are really worth”. And let me know how you get...
Thrive! TV Tips ~ Want to make more money? Focus!

Thrive! TV Tips ~ Want to make more money? Focus!

From my research on Corporate Crossovers, I know that 68% of women are making less in their businesses that they did when they were in their jobs. If you are disappointed in the amount of money you are making, create a financial goal. A goal will give you focus and something to aim for. Make the financial goal worth going for, so you feel that the work and effort you out into your business is really worth it. Would you like a weekly burst of momentum delivered straight into your in box? Simply click on the button below, we’ll send you the latest tip each week! Sign me up for weekly Thrive!...
How Much Does Doing It All REALLY Cost Your Business?

How Much Does Doing It All REALLY Cost Your Business?

Are you really saving money doing it yourself? My awesome coach Laura West says “just because you can do it doesn’t mean you should do it”. Think back to your days in corporate. Remember when you had an IT guy to fix the paper jam, a finance department to crunch numbers (and your expenses), a marketing department to drive prospects and even a sales team to sell. And now – what does your reality look like? Are you doing all of the tasks above, even though your talents may lie in a completely different direction? Have you been sucked into the myth that doing it yourself will actually save your business money? Let’s examine that myth. I know that doing those tasks is actually costing your business money. At first glance that statement will seem counter intuitive. Here’s my rationale…. Firstly, how do you earn your money? Most likely it will be by selling products or by servicing clients. Using a formula worked out by Dan Sullivan  (a US Entrepreneur guru) if you want to earn £/$ 100,000 revenue per year you need to be bring in £/$ 66 EVERY hour. If an average trip to the Post Office or Bank takes an hour, that is costing your business £/$ 66. It is COSTING your business because in that hour instead of taking the trip to the Post Office you could have been developing your business, creating a new product, calling up clients or finishing off that proposal. Imagine if you had a Personal Assistant that you hired for £/$22 an hour. Even taking into account their costs, each...
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