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The Importance of Setting Goals – Mind the Gap

The importance of Setting Goals - Mind the Gap!

The Importance of Setting Goals – Mind the Gap

Tony Robbins quoted: “Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible.”

As business owners, we are often ‘Jack of all trades’ because we think it will achieve a means to an end quicker and easier, particularly when we have deadlines to meet and goals to achieve – but does it?

I’m a great believer in seeking help, advice or guidance from those people who can provide us with their expertise in areas we are not so strong in. It’s not a sign of weakness, but instead a sign of strength!

We all have strengths and weaknesses and expertise in our own field, but likewise we also have gaps in our knowledge and expertise – so mind the gap!

I am sure, like me you seek advice from those ‘experts’ below for advice at some point in our lives and sometimes more than once!

  • Legal – lawyer
  • Insurance – Insurance Advisor
  • Mortgage – Mortgage Advisor
  • Fitness – Gym Instructor
  • Finance – Accountant

But WHOM do you seek advice or guidance from for your business?

Particularly when like most of us this is our main source of income!

Is this you?

  1. Do you have your own business?
  2. Is your business your main or only source of income?
  3. Does your business pay for your biggest expenditure?

AND if this you?                        

  • No work-life balance
  • Having ideas but no goals
  • Feeling over-whelmed or stressed!

AND if this what you want and need?

  • Clear on work or life purpose
  • More confidence
  • Improved work performance
  • Better time management
  • To achieve your goals

If you answer YES to most of these questions, then consider reaching out to a business coach or mentor.

Mind the Gap and reach out to those who can help you achieve your goals so you can get on with what you are good at by helping others in your area of expertise.

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