Welcome back to video vibe Thursday! Today, to be a little different, I wanted to discuss 3 lessons I learned from my puppy that I can apply to running my business. Good lessons, and who doesn’t love puppies!!
The three lessons are:
1. Don’t be afraid to step out of your comfort zone.
2. Never give up on your dream and
3. Be thankful/loyal to your clients!
So first of all, it is always good that we stretch ourselves and step out of our comfort zone. If we don’t, we won’t grow – ourselves or our business! I always advise my clients that getting on camera is important to building the know, like and trust factor. It was a stretch for me to get in front of the camera. But now that I am using video more consistently, it is getting easier. And it is increasing my exposure and I am finding new areas to focus on!
2nd. Never give up on your dream. If there is something you want, you owe it to yourself to go after it! The harder the journey, the more you appreciate the prize. The most successful business mentors I know always have a plan and execute that plan.
3rd. Be thankful! Where would we be without our clients? We wouldn’t be in business! So make sure you tell your clients how important they are. I love working with my clients. They are success driven entrepreneurs who are focused on their goals, know they are being of service and can change lives.
I hope you enjoyed this video and the three lessons I learned from my puppy! For those of you who are ready to get out of your comfort zone, give me a call and lets have a chat about video and your business! Have a great day and see you next week!
Bravo Donna! Your confidence is shining through! Just watched your video about three lessons you learned from your puppy. The title alone intrigued me naturally. I am so thrilled to see and feel your confidence. Have tweeted your message and will put it on my Facebook Timeline later today. Big hug of congratulations!
Positively, Pauline Duncan-Thrasher You are not only Being AMAZINGLY YOU!but bringing out the best in all of your clients.
Thank you, Pauline!