Why focus on a niche market if you can help everyone? You are versatile enough to serve a wide spectrum of clients, right? So why narrow your market? Why limit the number of students (or clients) you can help? Unfortunately, it’s not about what you feel …
Chinese New Year is around the corner. Spring is in the air! An often used phrase to greet those celebrating the Chinese New Year is “Xin Nian Kuai Le” (Happy New Year) or “Chun Jie Kuai Le” (Happy Spring Festival)! Try using this with your friends.
You’re stuck. You’re faced with a situation you don’t know which way you should go. You’re not sure if you are ready to choose “Yes” and move forward or to wait a little until you feel more ready. Or at least, when you feel that the timing is right. The Middle Ground Inevitably, you’ve taken the middle […]
Is Your Productivity Moving You Forward? Most people are busy, very busy. Some people are productive. Not too many are making progress.
A year from now, you’ll wish you had started today.” A year will pass by very quickly. Don’t believe me? Blink and summer’s over. Blink again and it’s Thanksgiving time. Everyday that you hold onto an idea and not execute …
You see the potential of starting your online teaching / coaching business but have not done much with the idea for months. The little voice inside your head tells you that you don’t have the time nor the ability to do this. You also don’t have clarity on where your strength lies or what your focus should […]
“Practice makes perfect.” So the more you implement marketing, the better you’ll get, right? Well, Yes and No. Let me share a little secret with you. When I was preparing for my music diploma examination in the UK, my (then) new teacher told me that my fingering techniques were wrong.
How many legs does a dog have if you call the tail a leg? Not too difficult a question but why is there a need to call the tail a leg? Does doing that change others’ perception? I doubt it.
Weekend Reflection for Jan 30th 2015 If often requires more courage to dare to do right than to fear to do wrong. ~ Abraham Lincoln. Managing an authentic business requires courage. Courage to do what’s right. How “what’s right” is defined differently by each and I recommend listening to your own heart. It doesn’t lie.
Can you succeed without having goals? Maybe. If you have systems and processes that you follow faithfully. Why? Setting goals gives you a vision. But having practical steps for doing those steps ensures you move towards your goals. A routine is necessary for consistent implementation. Without systems and processes, goals remains as wishes. And resolutions will not work out.