As the New Year approaches most small business owners are full of enthusiasm and hope. They envision a new beginning with soaring profits and great business growth. All that is possible; 2017 will become the year of your dreams.
As always, there is a “but”. In this case, the “but” is your commitment. If your commitment to your vision is not one that you can make part of your life, every day of the year, your vision will not become a reality.
BizQuack offers you a system to help you achieve your goals, but you have to commit to the BizQuack method:
- Avoid mind stagnation by starting each day in front of your BizQuack Dashboard and reading the new business thought of the day.
- On Tuesday, devote two hours with the Tuesday Challenge and work ON not IN your business.
- Be accountable, use the Accountability Tracker and take a step towards your vision every day of the week.
- Applicable education is a foundation building stone required of all businesses. Review the available material in the education section of your dashboard and start learning.
- It’s good to be in business for yourself but not by yourself. Always ask questions of The Duck and participate in the member discussion forum.
- Market yourself and your products/services in the member market place. Always support your fellow BizQuack
- Attend live peer group sessions, educational sessions and coaching sessions as they are offered.
- Quack working is the BizQuack version of networking. Read your tutorial and participate.
- Read the monthly Duck Newsletter and learn about new features, new “must read” book recommendations and members’ success stories.
- Invite your business associates to become members of the BizQuack Community. 2017 is going to be the year of the “Quack” and as BizQuack grows so will you.
As founding and support members, you will always hold a special place in our hearts. Our beta testing period is over and we are now poised for growth and will bring forth many new systems to better your business during 2017.
When you think about quitting, think about why you started.
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