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13 Things To Create Your Dream Coaching Business
As it is the start of a new year, Jennifer has been reflecting on what has unfolded in business. She created a list of the 13 things she did (and continues to do) that helped her create the business of her dreams:

1. I ALWAYS believed in myself.

Even when things were not going 'right' (aka... how will I pay this bill tomorrow?), I still had a deep knowing this was my path and that I would find a way (and I always did). I knew that the universe would provide for me because I was capable.
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Burt's Bees Founder 1935-2015
BURT Shavitz, the co-founder of the globally successful Burt’s Bees, was at heart a hippy who had no interest in either money or founding a business empire. His partner sold Burt's Bees to Clorox, a multinational giant, for $970million and it was reported Burt received $4million.
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The Creative Process
The creative process steps or stages, are iterative (they are not necessarily in a linear fashion). So sometimes you’ll go back and forth between each of these different stages.
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The Eisenhower Box
Eisenhower's methods for time management, task management, and productivity have been studied by many people. His most famous productivity strategy is known as the Eisenhower Box and it’s a simple decision-making tool that you can use right now.
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Top 10 Problems Faced by Business
With the increasing complexity of business, there is no shortage of problems we face every day—from policy and regulations to technology and information overload.
https://www.bmgi.com/top-ten-problems-faced-business
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Salon Competition In Little India 
Amina runs a beauty salon in the Little India district of Johannesburg and there is severe competition within the neighbourhood. It's all about the products that she offers, the consistency, and the personalized service.
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Start A Business
It takes determination, experience, research, timing and hard work to start a business. And, many fail. But that doesn’t stop people from trying. In the US, 476,000 new businesses launched each month in 2013.
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Turning A Florist's Losses to Profits 
Louise is a florist. Like many business owners, she has no idea of the financial side of her business. When she did the research she realised that some products were selling at a loss. Will her business bloom into something bigger and better?
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Constant Source Of Support 
While coaches can vary in price -- from less than $100 to several hundred dollars or more per session -- price shouldn’t be the deciding factor. You want to find a coach who understands you and your business and that you are comfortable with, but also one that will push back on you, too. Hiring a “yes man” (or woman) won’t produce a good return for your investment.
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Never Apologize For Selling
A great article from +Dave Brock . I have to admit I get just rip roaring pissed off with a lot of the rhetoric–some from very smart people about selling and sales people.  “We should stop selling and start serving… ”  “We need to stop selling and be helpful…”  “We’re not trying to sell you something, we’re trying to solve your problems….” The madness goes on to what we call ourselves or refuse to call ourselves.  We don’t want to be called sales professionals, but rather relationship managers, account managers, customer service managers (as opposed to real customer service people), business development managers, partners, and the list of creative names that avoid the “S” word is really astounding.
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