Friday, February 6, 2009

Who Holds You Accountable?

Working for yourself is great, but how do you know if you are doing the best job you can possibly do? What if there is a better way to complete the task(s) you've set for yourself. Are you really making the best use of your time?

Having a Business Coach who takes the time to understand you and your business, and can help in holding you accountable for the task you have set for yourself can make all the difference in continued growth or stagnation.

Estrada Strategies invites you to sharpen your business skills and devise a working strategy for success. Register today and see what Estrada Strategies is all about "YOUR NEXT MOVE"

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Sincerely,

Mike Tafoya
Estrada Strategies-DTC
Phone: 303-524-1270

1 comment:

Melody, The Small Business Guru said...

This is a thought provoking post. I liked several of the points - the first one
CEO Rule #1: “Customers remember the experience, not the product.”

This statement made me think of a video post by Shama Hyder on her Shama.tv about whether a product or service is viral. She made the statement that it's not products or services that go viral - but rather ideas.

When a company puts a good idea behind or in the development and delivery of a product or service it has the greatest chance of being embraced by the customer.

Customers do not embrace mission statements or company goals - they do embrace and perpetuate great ideas.

Welcome to the blogosphere! I subscribe to Google Alerts on the phrase "business coach" and your blog was picked up and sent to me in an alert email.