So I'm going to try journaling publicly five days a week. Two coaches that I'm working with are pressing me to do this, and they are both far more successful than I am, so I suspect I can learn a lot by listening to them.
The point of this exercise is to work through problems via writing. By making it public, I'm held accountable and, perhaps, you can learn from my mistakes along the way.
Lately, I've been working hard on building out Boxer, my marketing agency. One thing in particular that has been difficult for me is the decision to niche down and work with a specific subset of clients.
For now, I'm going to focus on high-ticket life coaches. Why? Because since I hired Doug Holt as my coach, my life has improved dramatically, especially in terms of sales success and my ability to focus on important things.
One of my all-time favorite quotes also defines the way in which I would like to operate my business. Napoleon Hill once wrote, “I fully realize that no wealth or position can long endure unless built upon truth and justice; therefore, I will engage in no transaction which does not benefit all whom it affects.”
So I thought about it and hassled some peers and mentors for advice on the subject, and I think working with life coaches and possibly financial and investment coaches in the future would fit the bill nicely.
That's all for now. It will be interesting to see how deep or shallow these blog posts are in the future. I suppose they can't all be gold.