Last blog I promised you that I would add the second key this week and next week will give you the third key. Are you on the edge of your seat?
Second key is to TAKE ACTION. What are your action choices you ask?
- find mentor
- talk to your CPA
- talk to your friends
- talk to your family
- find publications to help
These are a only few of the obviously choices to look for help. Again, if you have specifically identified the correct challenge, then the action becomes simpler. For instance, if you believe that you are not making your monthly nut, and you have paperwork to show that, your best next step may be to sit down with your CPA and find out what part of your financial picture is suffering. You may assume that it is lack of income but the real problem may be too much unneeded expense or something you never thought of. A good CPA who is on your side and aware of your business can be a big help here.
After you have gathered as much information as you can from your CPA, then you plan the next step. You may need now to involve your family to see how to cut expenses or talk with your office staff. If you are lost as how to proceed then it is time to get a coach involved to pinpoint your next action steps.
Do you see how it is so vitally important to properly identify not only the correct challenge but to whittle that challenge down to be able to see what action can be taken to overcome it? Insight is the first step to any challenge.
When you are sure you have gotten the challenge not only properly identified but also narrowed the needed action down, then you need to start developing action tasks to get to your goal of overcoming your challenge. Again, a coach is very useful for this step because they are aware of how to focus you on the important goals as well as take into account your entire situation. A good coach will make your goals due able so that you can have the greatest chance of success.
Stay tuned for next blog to find out the Third and Final Key to Overcoming Any Challenge!