You are pursuing your passion. You’ve had a successful corporate career and you know you have the skills to make your business succeed.
So far, it’s not been as easy as it should have been and that’s really hard to understand. You KNOW you are competent and capable. You look around and can see your peers who are succeeding, in fact thriving. But you just aren’t reaching the customers you want to reach and you don’t have enough of the ones you are reaching. You really feel it is all just a stone’s throw away.
The difficulty you are having is finding the solution. You have thought about investing in a business coach. But you are a private self reliant person. You don’t want to be exposed. The idea of an open workshop or ‘sharing’ horrifies you. Networking is exhausting and feels like a waste of time. You want to be in control. If you don’t find a solution there will be only one outcome and that will be getting a job. That is potential nightmare – a real nightmare.
You don’t need qualifications you have plenty of those already. You don’t want an expensive programme that promises the earth – you get bombarded with those all the time. You want to remain in control.
Guess what – you are not alone. As an entrepreneur it is really normal to have this experience.
The beauty of Common Sense Business is that it has been crafted for you. You are in control. You can pay monthly and stop at anytime but it is always there, giving you access to the knowledge of experienced professionals – 24/7. Perhaps a shame that once you get started, and you have taken control, you won’t be awake at 3am so often!
Common Sense Business has specifically designed resources for your situation, written by subject experts who have experience working with entrepreneurs with your background and experience. We are all about enhancing your skills and making them relevant so that you can get the business success you are looking for.
We want what you want, for your business to be sustainable in the long term.
You know you have the potential to be world class, you just haven’t completely decided when and if that is the plan. You know you want to gain a good reputation and have the respect of your peers.
You need relevant skills to attract the right customers.