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  • I am doing what you love.

    5 posts, 4 voices, 518 views, started May 29, 2008

    Posted on Thursday, May 29, 2008 by Chattycathie

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    • Aquamarine
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      I am doing what I love, and have been doing it for 2 years now.  [Link Removed] I am just looking for ways to make it more successful.  Any suggestions?


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          Yana Berlin wrote May 30, 2008
        • Ladies,  

          You‘re fortunate to have found your passion.

          I hope you join us in our podcast (soon to be announced) and share your accomplishments so others can learn.

          Have a fantastic weekend.



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          Jane Woods wrote Jun 6, 2008
        • Hi Kathie,
          Have you ever thought about using a business coach? I have been running my own business for 5 years and about a year ago realised I wanted to do something more with it in the future. I’m a coach myself (but not specifically business although a lot of people I work with run their own businesses) and I run seminars and work in organisations etc. I absolutely love it but I am anticipating a time when I might want to slow down and not travel so much. I have worked with a great business coach to help me think about alternative ways of offering what I do. Even the best of the best sportsmen have a coach!  

          It has been amazing and quite the best decision I ever made. Good coaches don’t come cheap but I view it as an investment; it is important to get a good one that understands what you do. It’s great to throw ideas around with someone who is as keen as you are you for the business to do well.

          Kind regards and best wishes for your business success!
          Jane [Link Removed] 


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