Today I shared several success stories with my clients. Ordinary people, with extraordinary ideas. The common thread was they were willing to take a risk.Many of the billionaires you read about, hear about and talk about, all started with nothing but an idea and a little bit of courage.My challenge to you is to stop
Yes I titled this post what is your excuse, did that make you mad?I mean really, how dare I just assume the reason you aren't as successful as you want to be is because you are making an excuse.Before I get you to upset with me, let me tell you I am the queen of
The goals have been made but is that enough? Nope! Sorry! The next thing that needs to be done is to define the actions needed to make those goals a reality. Let me back track just a step. When you create your goals I want you to write them with a real pen and
Have you ever heard the expression "too many cooks spoil the broth" or "too much of a good thing is bad"? There are other expression that say pretty much the same thing. What does too much mean to you and your business? Here's what it means to me.
We have all experienced some expectations and resulting disappointments and failures with our business from time to time. Most of us have picked up our bootstraps and dug in to work a little harder to make it successful again, while others have just stopped doing what's necessary and given up. What is the difference between these two types of people? Here is my perspective.
For those of you who may not know me all that well, I'm a new mom. And, just like every other new mother since the dawn of time, I am amazed by and so deeply in love with my child. I got to thinking about what he means to me today, and I realized that more than simply loving him or thinking he's the best kid ever, I am truly inspired by him daily. He teaches me something, whether it is about him or about me, I am constantly learning something new or re-evaluating something I THOUGHT I knew.
Lets have some fun today and try to make much bigger profits in our businesses. I decided to take the word "profit" letter by letter and show you how I plan to get there. Let's go!
Sourcing, the fun stuff! I think we can all agree the best part of selling is the buying. Whether it be thrifting, yard saling, estate saling, or auctions it takes money to make money and what do you do if you don't have it to spend?...
Today's topic is tackling that mountain of unlisted inventory. We all have inventory, we all love to shop, and we all have different ways of dealing with it...