You are past the initial phase of starting your business and you have several women in your circle you go to for support. Yet, there are still unanswered questions and challenges all of you face. How do you shorten the learning curve in your business growth?
What if there were are women outside your circle who have done what you are trying to do? Women you can count on regularly to provide feedback on what worked and didn’t work for them. This allows you to have options and decide what works best for your business.
What if the challenges you face with a client or vendor don’t have to repeat themselves? Women who have been in these situations before are able to give you feedback on the types of conversations to have and what processes to improve. These are conversations you can’t have online or Google. I have observed these conversations and heard the positive results.
What if there is a less expensive way to complete a project or task? When someone understands your business needs because of regular conversations it is easier to share and recommend tips and resources. There is a difference between posting a question for anyone to answer and having a conversation with women who understand what you need.
How much time and money could you save growing your business by working together with a group of women like you?
One of the easiest and most important things you can do is looking to see how you can help someone else. This is part of who I am and has been instrumental in helping me build relationships. It is teamwork. When I encounter a conversation I ask myself these (2) questions.
Do I have the knowledge or experience to answer her question?
If I don’t have an answer, who do I know who will have the answer?
Slowing down to listen to people and see them is how we grow together. Some of the women who have been instrumental in my growth include: Ashley L, Megan R, Amanda B, Maria B, Abby G, Emily A, Jennifer M, Lynn H, Karina and many others!! ❤
“Sometimes when you’re running a business by yourself, you have so many ideas and overthink things so much that you get paralyzed and end up doing nothing. It’s really helpful to talk out ideas and have someone else listen and then offer clear objective solutions. This was the case recently during a pivot in my business when thinking about my marketing options.”
– Karina Mora Prints
What learning curve in business could you shorten? What clarity could you gain from diverse perspectives? How much further along in your business will you be when you are challenged?
What is the biggest challenge you are facing right now in your business?
Let me know, I want to hear from you