I want to spend a little bit of time talking to you today about what or how you should use freelancers, contractors, and the gig economy to grow your business. I’m doing this hot off my recent New York visit, where I gave a speaking presentation on how to build systems and run small businesses like real businesses.
Hi guys, Diane here. Today, we'll be covering projects and successful execution. As I was talking to a few clients last week, they mentioned how surprised they were that I was able to consistently execute so many projects for them and my other clients without losing my sanity or dropping the ball.
Hi guys, Diane here. I've been going through a few strategy videos over the last few weeks because I realize it's something that a lot of business owners have misconceptions about. Plus, we're in the middle of summer and moving into the fall, which is usually when I would be planning strategies for the upcoming year when I was in corporate.
HI guys – Diane here. I promised I’d dive deeper into developing a strategy for your business, as I know that this can be a little overwhelming – especially if you're just starting out or have never really done this before.
Strategies are what guide the decisions you make as a business owner. We are 100% in charge of our businesses, and we’re often inundated with options. Infinite options for what we can do, what we can invest in, and where we focus our attention. Strategies become key because they clarify what we are trying to accomplish and are a tool for guiding our decisions.