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How a CEO Date Keeps Me Focused Each Week

How a CEO Date Keeps Me Focused Each Week

Do you ever find yourself feeling frustrated and unfocused in your business to the point where you know you aren’t doing the things that need to be done to get you to those business goals?

If so, listen up, because today we are talking about the one practice I have put in place in my business that ensures that I’m staying focused and staying on track every week, month, and year towards achieving those big business goals.

One of the most significant challenges I hear from women entrepreneurs is we set those big dreams. We set those big goals at the beginning of the year, but a few weeks, a few months in, we find ourselves off track.

We find ourselves struggling with those shiny objects that keep asking for our attention, begging for our attention, and, as a result, we’re not getting where we need to go.

Do you relate to that feeling of sitting down at your desk and just feeling completely unsure of where your time and energy should be focused every day?

Well, if that’s you, you’re in luck, because today we are talking about a practice that I call my weekly CEO date. Now, if you’ve taken my Fired Up and Focused Challenge or you followed my Plan Your Best Year Ever Challenge, both of those happen earlier on in the year.

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The ROI of Thinking Like a CEO

The ROI of Thinking Like a CEO

We’ve all heard that it costs money to make money, right?

Do you remember the first big investment you made into your business?

I do… and it was SCARY.

I remember being nervous, excited, and a little nauseous as I wrote the first check to join my first mastermind for $10,000.

At the time, I was coming off a nearly year-long maternity leave with my twins.

We’d made ends meet with Jameson’s teaching salary and a couple of clients I was working with on the side… but reality was hitting us that I needed to dramatically ramp up my business to support my family.

Investing $10,000 into my business seemed like a huge stretch for us.

But as Jameson and I talked about the vision I had for this business – one that would allow me to support our family while working from home – we knew that it was time to commit 100% and go all in.

That decision to commit made all the difference.

It instantly shifted my mindset from “How am I going to afford this mastermind? How can I handle this added expense to my business?” to “How many clients do I need to make back this investment? How can I get a Return on Investment?”

I realized I just needed 2 new consulting clients.

Suddenly it didn’t seem so scary to make that investment.

In this episode, I want to share with you the ROI of thinking like a CEO – how we can make smart decisions about when, where, and how we spend our money to grow our business.

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From Not Ready Yet to Ready for Next Level Visibility with Stylist Nicole Otchy

From Not Ready Yet to Ready for Next Level Visibility with Stylist Nicole Otchy

Do you think of yourself as a CEO?

For years – I didn’t. I happily thought of myself as ‘just an entrepreneur’.

That’s it. Just a humble small business owner, doing work that I loved from home while I raised my babies.

After all – who was I to give myself the title of CEO?

My business didn’t have dozens of employees.

My business wasn’t generating millions of dollars.

My business wasn’t a house-hold name brand like Spanx!

Sara Blakely could call herself a CEO – she had all those things!

And because she was the CEO of Spanx, she had the confidence to pitch her products to Oprah or Nieman Marcus. She had an entire team to support her in growing her business. She had funds to grow, grow, grow!⠀⠀

But here’s the thing -⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

She had NONE of those things when she started as CEO. If you haven’t ever heard her story – she started with $5K and an idea. She didn’t wait until she HAD the confidence or the team or the connections or the funding – she just SHOWED UP.

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