Think Organization In Your Business Isn’t Important? Why You Are Dead Wrong If You Think So

Written by Samantha Pointer

On March 28, 2017

We all understand the importance of being organized in your home and life, but many of us don’t realize the importance of being organized in your business and the important role it plays in your bottom line. In my interview with Sharvette Mitchell of the Sharvette Mitchell show, I talk about why organization is important and why automation plays a key role in business freedom.

Some key points of this interview:

  • Sharvette mentions that some of us have the Fear of Success.
  • Growing Too Big Too Soon with no plan or structure in place.
  • Partnering with others who are stronger in the area you are weak. But the bottom line is you still need to have input and a basic structure for someone to follow.

 

**The first part with Valerie Priester is great. Especially if you are a new coach or a struggling coach who needs to get clients and learn how to get consistent income.  I am featured on the second half of the show. So listen in below!

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