I know… the idea of business planning gets a big groan from most entrepreneurs. What I know for sure is that coaches who do some planning usually do better financially than those who don’t. My first big profit year came for me the first year I planned my business.
Start with a discovery process. The result is a solid jumping-off-place for a more fun and profitable year.
1. What are your personal goals for the year?
- What is your theme for 2014? It could be about the phase of your business or about a mindset you want to cultivate. Mine for 2014 is EASE.
- What are the best times for your vacations? Always get family and me-time into your calendar first. I like to plan 3 weeks off at a time, even if some of it is stay-at-home time.
- How do you want your work time to flow? For me, Mondays – Wednesdays are open for clients and consults. Thursdays are for business development. I’m off Friday, Saturday and Sunday!
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