By Joy of Business Expert Simone Milasas
Anyone in business knows that it’s not always an easy road; there will be roadblocks. But what if you made 2016 the year when nothing and no one stopped you from creating the business you would truly like? When you take the energy of unstoppable into business meetings and conversations with your clients and customers, more choices will become available. It will be easy to recognise if something isn’t working for your business and you need to walk away – even if you have already invested money and time in it.
Here are three other ways for you and your business to be unstoppable this year.
Be a conscious leader
People often want to control every aspect of their business to make sure everything turns out right. Control does not expand a business — leadership will. A conscious leader knows where they are heading and is open to contribution from everyone. Ask your staff: what ideas do you have? What can you contribute? How would you do this?
Each person has a different perspective and your staff may suggest things that have never occurred to you.
True entrepreneurs have multiple questions in their universe. They question everything and will change any aspect of their business that no longer matches their vision for it. What if you gave up all your preconceived ideas about how business should be conducted, how you should act with your clients, your staff, in marketing and with sales? Expand your zone of awareness and include the world in your business choices. What possibilities are available that you have not yet asked for? Ask your business to show you the money. Ask for the customers to show up and for your business to expand. When you ask questions with no conclusions about how things will show up, you set the wheels in motion to receive what you are asking for.
Use energy to create connections
Every business depends on making connections with people and energy pulls are a great way of energetically reaching new clients and customers. I once worked with an Italian vintner who wanted more wine makers to know about his product. I told him to get the energy of the grapes growing and the delicious wine they would create. Then I taught him to pull energy from all over the world into the vineyard, and once he perceived that occurring, to send little trickles back to everyone interested in contributing to him, his business, and the vineyard. New customers and connections appeared immediately. It’s not difficult; you simply ask for it.
What are you using to stop yourself? Some people use time, health, money, lifestyle as reasons for stopping themselves. I never disconnect my life from my business; to me they’re one and the same.
About Simone Milasas
Simone loves business and considers it the most adventurous thing you can do. She has created several businesses, and worked in many industries and also in different countries. She is currently the Worldwide Coordinator of Access Consciousness, a major multi-million dollar company that operates in over 130 countries. Simone has run the successful and growing Australian company for over 12 years. She is the author of Joy of Business.
For Simone’s free video series on Putting the Fun Back Into Business go here: http://www.accessjoyofbusiness.com/fun
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