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20 | Kim Job - 5 Decisions to Keep Your Business Strategy Simple
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Do you find yourself not knowing what to do each day or stuck in a cycle of taking random actions, like posting on social media, attending networking events, and offering discounts, only to see minimal results and a lack of sustainable growth?
Instead of seeing a steady stream of clients and increased business success, are you left feeling discouraged and questioning your abilities as a coach and business owner?
In this episode of The Organized Coach podcast, Kim Job shares her five anchor decisions for growing your business.
Kim Job is a Business Coach. Her coaching career started as an Executive at The Life Coach School, where she played a major part in the strategies that created their massive growth. She helps coaches see what is really holding them back in their business so they can live life beyond their conditioned patterns and make their unique impact on the world.
We talk through each of the 5 decisions and of course, I ask her all the things she does to stay organized in her business.
From simplifying strategies to addressing personal barriers, Kim's insights will transform your coaching business. This episode will inspire you and her practical tips will produce immediate change - so choose one to implement into your business today!This episode's key moments:
04:36 - Decision #1
07:68 - Decision #2
14:05 - Decision #3
16:84 - Decision #4
18:81 - What Kim puts on her calendar
19:77 - What Kim does if she doesn't get something done
19:86 - Examples of projects
21:36 - The stores are going to be sold out of this item
This or this would be amazing to have on your desk to use with her idea
24:36 - Decision #5 ... the most important!
27:75 - Mixing strategy and story - Kim and Scott's work
30:86 - What Kim wishes coaches would do that would be helpful
33:88 - Kim's themed days of the week
"When you don't know what to do, go do your favorite thing." - Kim Job