Your business strategy…your big picture view of how YOUR business works…is an essential step in creating a business that supports the lifestyle YOU want to create and the lives you want to transform.
This is Question #5 in a 10 question series of what to ask, and answer, before you choose your business model, decide what programs and products you want to create and how you launch yourself in the world.
If you haven’t answered questions #1-4, I definitely recommend answering those first, then popping back here to answer this one. Answering the questions in this order helps you get more clarity.
If this is your first time reading my posts, rants and inspiration. Welcome…and you’ll find I love to share what I mean by sharing a story, or even better, giving an exaggerated example. If you’ve been around me for a while, this is no surprise!
Either way, think about this.
You grew up in a family that valued education…no matter what. You busted your butt, learned as much as your beauteous little brain could hold and came racing home with your report card with 4 As, 2 Bs and a C.
You’re so proud of yourself you can hardly wait to share that precious piece of paper with your parents. You skid in the door, yelling “Hey mom, guess what, I got 4As!!!!!!!!
Only to hear…”What? Only 4 As? What’s with the Bs and God forbid, what is the C on your report card. You’ve got to study harder young lady or you’re never going to amount to anything. The only people that make it in this world are the smart ones that go on to college.”
You slink off to your room, huddle in a corner and figure you’d might as well die right now because you did the very best you could and obviously, duh, you don’t amount to a hill of beans.
Yes, you both value the “grades” or “success” (in some way shape or form) and yet you don’t value them the same way, in the same proportions.
So now what? Is one of you right? The other wrong?
Not necessarily AND partnering up with others who value the same things, in the same proportions, is an essential part of creating the lifestyle and business you dream of.
Yet many of us never stop to think about what we really value vs. what we give lip service to.
For example, many of us say we value honesty. Good one to value, right? And yet there are all sorts of ways we aren’t honest.
(I think about the time I told my son about Santa Claus and his specialness. Boy, did he call me on that one later on, especially since I harped about being honest. Damn. Busted.)
Remember sweetie, there are no right or wrong answers. This is all about YOU and what is important to YOU, no one else. And once you get clear on this one, it becomes another point of clarity for how you move forward.
I have a worksheet with a ton of different words on it to help with this process? (some negative, some positive…sometimes ya need the negatives to figure out what you DO want, eh?) Would you like a copy to help you through this exercise? I’d be happy to share!
Let me know in the comments below that you need this to move forward and I’ll send it to you within 48 hours.
In one course I took, we did 3 different exercises with a big honkin’ list of values. We
The goal with prioritizing the values we DID want, was to get to the #1 value…and it was an interesting exercise. Give it a try.
What did YOU come up with when you did this?
What were your top 3 values?
Your #1 value?
Take it even further for a bit of fun, where you surprised by the results?
Because the only way you’re going to be at YOUR best is when you’re partnered with others who match what you value. Think about it. Which would you rather do?
Something to noodle on eh?
Do share what you found in the comments below. I’m listening!
may your day be igKnighted with passionately powerful possibilities!
P.S. Need a hand getting clear on this? Oh, I would love to help you succeed by asking you a bunch of questions that helps you move forward. How about we get you started by scheduling your complimentary Tame TheBeasties: Get Kick-Ass Clarity rendezvous. Yes, it does cost you 24 minutes of your day and I respect that, and you.
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