From OK to Awesome

//From OK to Awesome

From OK to Awesome

Tony Robbins said that “Success leaves clues”. What that really means is that you don’t need to re-create the wheel.

Look at others, not in a one-upmanship or competitive kind of way, but in a curious way. Discover what has worked for them and what has not worked for them. There is much to learn from both sides of the coin.

On the “worked for them” side: Find a model or role model or system that has been successful for others and begin to implement it. Pick one model. Do not chase more than one bunny at a time. Chasing more than one bunny results in dabbling, and little bit of this and a little bit of that is not taking solid action. Having a clear focus on the model that you implement will propel you into action.

The reason I tell you to look at what has not worked is so that you will know what to avoid. Nothing beats saving time and money on the road to success like knowing what does not work and steering clear of it.

To support you on your path to success, I have created a telesummit series called “From OK to AWESOME: 9 Essential Elements to Business Success”. It starts on April 20th at 9pm ET and runs for 9 days. Each speaker has a different topic. We cover public speaking, blogging, knowing your numbers, SEO, and much more. Nothing overlaps. These are all proven strategies to help you along your path to business success.

If you are interested, but the timing is not convenient, sign up anyway. You will get the recording sent to you and then you can download it and listen to it at  your leisure. My favourite thing to do with these kinds of recordings is listen to them while I am driving.

Here’s the link to sign up for the telesummit:

I look forward to you joining us.



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About the Author:

Michelle Hamelin provides business consulting and coaching services, working primarily with owners of small businesses. I am a planner by nature, which means I work with you to gather facts, analyze the work, and then help you create a plan to get to your goals.

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