Do you really need someone else?

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Your Thing is on the end of your nose. And the thing about your Thing being on the end of your nose, is that you can’t see the end of your OWN nose. You need someone else to tell you what’s on the end of your own nose (or a mirror). And this is why I have a coach and a mentor. I ‘know’ what I want to do with my business, and where I want to take it and usually I have an answer to how to do that… doesn’t mean I can see the wood for the trees and know clearly my next steps!

Having someone else can make you doing your Thing so much easier, bigger, better, quicker, profitable and more.

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Knowing and doing are very different things…

I know loads. About all sorts of things (not just Thing-related). But knowing and doing and two very different things.

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Business Celebrity Marmite (some love it, some don’t!)

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When you become a business celebrity it’s important to know you turn into marmite (not literally, as that would result in quite a sticky mess!) but metaphorically – some people will love you and your Thing and others will not like it at all. But that’s OK. It’s all part of being a business celebrity; […]

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What happens when it all works perfectly?

What happens when your business is working just the way you want it to? When the right clients are coming in and paying you the right money to do the right work, right when you want them to? You do the happy dance, right?

Well, you do the happy dance if you realise that’s exactly what’s happening…

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When did you last plug in to the Matrix?

I love live events and I make sure I attend business events often to learn, meet people, share ideas, get new ideas, take time out from my business, and just feed off the energy. When I’m asked why I fly off to the US to attend events or take time out of my busy schedule to attend an event in the UK even, I say that for me it’s like plugging into the Matrix.

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Is your light on?

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You and your Thing take people on a journey and deliver them to their destination (the result you give)—and, just like a taxi, you might be missing opportunities to help people if you only have your light on in the obvious places.

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