Have you ever caught yourself looking somewhere external to find the answer to problem or challenge you’re facing? Often times we look outside of ourselves to find solutions when in reality the place we need to be looking is internal. We call this the inner game. So many people, especially business owners look for that one ‘thing’ that will set them up for success. Yet, as Doug talks about in this episode, all of the ‘things’ you are looking for are actually lies within.
Are you looking to grow your business? It’s simple. In this episode, Doug talks about the 3 ways you can grow your business. If you apply any (or all) of these 3 ways, you are guaranteed to increase your revenue and grow your business quickly by 10%, 20%, even 30%. You then can apply your methods into your 90-day game and continue to grow more and more every quarter.
Today’s episode is in the category of Business and reflects upon one question….”What is the ONE THING in your business that if you did this, everything else would become unnecessary or easier”. Listen to the episode to get further insight and strategy tips to move forward in your business and goals!
Just the other day, I had the great benefit of connecting with a friend I hadn’t seen in probably about three years. Now, we connected on social media and actually scheduled a time to get on a video. Now, circumstances had kept us apart. I’ve been busy traveling the world with my family and just really haven’t heard from him. It was great that he reached out to me and I got really excited.
Control and passion. I was talking to a business owner that I’ve been coaching for almost six months now and one of the things that he really wanted was to find more passion about his business. He was like, “Doug, I really want to find more passion. You know, that fire in the belly that you have.” And in the conversation, I said, “Great. That’s fantastic. And that’s something I can definitely help you with.” And I said, “How do you feel about letting go of some control around your business?” You could see his whole state change. He became stoic and almost fearful, but fearful in a protective way.