Do you ever scroll on the ‘gram, or see your colleagues and wonder how they’re always doing the most? You know, getting things done, launching new products or services, booking their ideal clients, scaling their business to new heights, and getting recognized for their work. What are their ways to be successful?!
What is their secret??
Being in business for over 12 years, I have seen some business owners struggle to progress and some who soar to new heights. But more so, I have seen the qualities it takes to separate those who want to be successful and those who are.
Do me a favor: grab your favorite notebook and pen–because you’re definitely going to want to take notes as we walk through the 6 things successful entrepreneurs do in their biz.
On Today’s episode of The Power in Purpose Podcast on Six Ways To Be Successful:
- Why learning and doing (at the same time) are important in your biz.
- How time matters and making appointments with yourself is important to be successful.
- Breaking through perfection and why you should be experimenting in your business.
- The power of listening to your customers.
Thanks for tuning into today’s episode of The Power in Purpose Podcast. I want to know — what was your biggest takeaway? Head to my Instagram to join the conversation!
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- Tools I Use to Run My Business: https://candicecoppola.com/tools
- Goal Setting Workbook: https://candicecoppola.com/goals
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