We all want to be superwoman or superman, but when it comes to super success, we all need a helping hand. Now isn’t that the truth?
I saw a couple of different posts go out last week about people that are looking for help; specifically, in marketing. They want to do it for as cheap as possible, which is very understandable as a small or growing business.
They are looking for interns, which is wonderful because getting help with social media and help in general can be both expensive and time consuming.
Are you someone who finds themselves caught up in a long list of inspiring ideas on a daily basis? Perhaps you keep a journal full of your ideas, adding to it feverishly at times, and now sure what project to start first. Likely, you also shamelessly excel at most things you try- with the ability to pick up new skills quickly.
If this is starting to make your ears perk up and say “Wow… that’s so me,” then it’s pretty darn likely that you’re a multipotentialite. Never heard the term before? Brace yourself for some self-identity clarification!
The 4 business personalities are the most reliable guide when it comes to figuring out what your personal strengths and weaknesses are. Business entrepreneurs face constant change and uncertainty, so knowing how you function best and what environments you thrive in will be the best way for you to learn to delegate and grow your business. By having a basic understanding of these personality types you will have a very powerful tool to use in the workplace and your personal life to help you relate to and work with others. How we learn, what information we need to feel at ease to allow this information to set in, differs from one entrepreneur to the next. At the end of the day profitable business relationships center around relationships behind them, not just skill or prices.
When you try to make decisions, do you struggle to figure out what to do? Have you been called a people pleaser? When you finally make a decision, are you filled with guilt or anxiety? Has it been awhile since you’ve said no to someone? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this could be due to you needing help setting healthy boundaries. Boundaries are not just for our personal life, but professional boundaries in the workplace are needed just as much!
We’ve all heard it before, sometimes you have to learn to say no. While this is a profound and simple statement, the follow through is difficult. Most of us often struggle with how to say no without feeling guilty whether this is in our personal lives, while at work or while conducting business - personal or professional.
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