Have you ever wondered how to write goal cards for your business?
Often, we think about goal cards for money and personal gains, but goal cards can be powerful visualization and manifesting tools for entrepreneurs too.
If you google “how to write goal cards,” you will find lots of tips. While all of them are excellent, I was hard pressed to find tips that were perfect for purpose-driven entrepreneurs, especially those who follow the Law of Attraction.
That’s why I have decided to experiment with different ways to write goal cards for business – and I have find a methodology that works wonderfully. It incorporates goal-setting and the Law of Attraction.
If this sounds right up your alley, please keep reading. I will teach you two different (yet equally) effective ways to write goal cards for your business.
This marketing strategy also includes a free, downloadable guide to help you write your business goal cards. I invite you to download it today; it will help you so much with writing your goal cards!
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I started my first business in 2011 with a determine heart and mind. My first business went “okay,” so when I opened my coaching practice in 2013, I thought for sure it would be smooth sailing. Wow, was I wrong! As I reflect back on my entrepreneurial journey, I learned some valuable lessons – things I wish someone would have told me when I started my business.
So, if you’re starting a business – or maybe are a struggling entrepreneur – here are some lessons that I learned that I want to share with you:
There will be days when you want to quit
If I had a dime for every day when I wanted to throw in the towel, I would be a millionaire. Being an entrepreneur is not for the faint at heart. There are lots of bad days. There are lots of times when you wonder what the hell you’re doing. There are even more times when you think how easy it would be to just work for someone else.
Entrepreneurs, a bad day is just that – a bad day.It’s not an indicator of your future success. Hang in there. Continue reading →
Finding the right tools to help your coaching practice or business is a sure-fire way to make the best use of your time. Many people ask me what tools I use to manage my coaching business. In this blog post, I will share with you some of my favorite software tools that I use frequently at Your Branding Power.