It’s All About You
As a business
coach and mentor over the past 15 years, I have seen many business owners
get caught in the cycle of overworking, in their pursuit of a great idea
matched with guts, hard work and determination. But often the result is
simply struggle, anxiety and pressure, even as they stop along the way to
chase “gurus” believing that they will show them the way and things will
for a “cure all” or a “quick fix” only leads to continued frustration for
business owners because without looking inward at the things that stand in
the way of success, the same situations show up repeatedly. The key to
success for each of us lies within ourselves.
WHEN YOU GET OUT OF THE
WAY THE BUSINESS WILL COME
You are your greatest
asset! Regardless of your business, you have the greatest impact on your
business. The bad news is… you are also your biggest obstacle. Your
business is a reflection of who you are. It can grow as big as you want
but, on the other hand, it will never grow any bigger than you are as a
person. It can't do what you can't (or won’t) allow it to do.
CLEAR THE CLUTTER!
FEEL THE SUCCESS!
THE POWER OF
One of the hallmarks of a
successful person is a toolbox full of relevant, practical and handy
tools. Successful people consciously fill their toolbox with tools that
fit the specific job. POWER TOOLS FOR SUCCESS will help you to
consciously fill your personal toolbox full of relevant, practical and
handy tools to build the life you want. The first tool to add to your
toolbox is "Proactivity."
Coaching for Success:
The Reality of Dreams
Pat Kilgannon, success coach,
realized a dream 15 years ago when she launched her executive coaching
business, Success Coaching. Over the years, the Doylestown-based business
coach has enabled professionals to harness the power of dreams to move
their businesses forward.
Whether they were embarking on a
dream to launch a new business or losing sight of their dreams in the
midst of running a demanding business, Pat was there to encourage them to
“dream of success and achieve no less.”