Just what you need... another course.
An understanding that your business is a system… a machine… not a bunch of random parts glued together in a haphazard way.
When you focus on only one part, but not on the others, the system doesn’t work and you get wobbly bits that hang off the sides (not so attractive or particularly functional).
You get parts that work too hard and eventually burn out, and you get parts that get ignored and rusty, eventually ceasing to work at all.
The whole thing lumbers along, confused and clumsy.
What this really means is that you end up spending all of your time on what’s easy, what makes sense and what feels good, and the rest of it falls on the “To Do Later” list, when you have more time or more information to make it feel more clear or certain (and we all know how often that actually happens).
And then “feast or famine” becomes the default way of being.
Nobody’s got time for that.
You need to treat your business like a system, and stop piecemealing the ever living daylights out of that poor, potential-filled money-maker.
I can help.
A WORD ON SLOW BUSINESS