In this episode of Business journeys, Maurice wells, owner of GlowWorm bicycles in Sydney , explains how he went from being passionate about solar energy and bicycles to building a specialised business selling electric bikes and then learning how to become completely hands off in the management of the business because he leaves the country.
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Sarah talks about the curve balls and the changes in direction she had to work through during the time she worked with me and how where she is now is a totally different place than she imagined herself when she started the business 3 years previously.
Business journeys are interviews and stories of business owners about what it's like to be going on big joiurneys of change with Roland Hanekroot from New Perspectives Business Coaching and Mentoring
At some stage in your life as a business owner, I imagine you would have been told by a business adviser or guru of some kind, that to get ahead in business you must set Goals, right?
Of course you have, it is one of the foundations of the personal and business development world. Most gurus and coaches will tell you so.
But I don’t.
I don’t believe in Goal setting anymore, at least not in the way we normally think of goals.
This is what I believe about Goals:
Goal-setting is about setting a course on a Journey of Change; Goals are never about actual places to get to.
This is a 7.5 minute presentation about Change and journeys from Roland Hanekroot, business coach and mentor to small business owners. from New Perspectives Business Coaching in Sydney, Australia. I am also the author of the Ten Truths books for business owners. My newest book, the Ten Truths for Making Business Fun is available as a free download in Ebook or audiobook at newperspectives.com.au
In the first of the business journeys interviews, I talk with Heath Felton, the Founder and owner of Global Grapevine http://www.globalgrapevine.com.au/ Heath imports fine wines from selected regions in France, Italy and Spain and explains how slowly slowly wins the race