Sep
18

To Expand Your Business, Be Strategic (Part 1)

If you want to grow your business, you really need to be strategic with your decisions. It’s important to plan for growth. It doesn’t just happen.

You have to decide how you want to be bigger, and you need to determine who you can connect with to help with the growth.

When you strategically plan to expand your business and identify exactly how you want to see it grow, each step along the way should be clear. Each new step should be comfortable. If the next step seems overwhelming, it’s not the right step. You’ve probably skipped one or more steps and should adjust your plan before proceeding.

You should also put yourself in situations with people who are doing better than you, engaging in activities that challenge you to step up to the plate in larger ways. This will help prepare you for similar steps in your business in the future.

When you’re reaching out to connect with others, remember that the way to approach people is from the mindset of how you can be of service to them. That thinking will create a mutually beneficial collaboration.

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About Terry: Terry Hickey, M.S., is a Certified NLP Professional Coach, Business Trainer and Consultant, a Certified Master Practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming and the co-owner of NLP Advantage Group. Originator of the Belief Breakthrough Method™, Terry specializes in teaching coaches and entrepreneurs how to rapidly resolve limiting beliefs about wealth and success. His tips and strategies can help you launch yourself into the future you want… NOW. http://terryhickey.com/

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