Do you still follow the leader?
I’ve mentioned, before, how it’s OK to admit you’re not a business owner. And it’s even OK to stop trying to be a business owner. Especially if you’re feeling overwhelmed by it all. Maybe you feel like you can’t keep up with all the new skills. Or you just don’t have time to organize and delegate. Or maybe you read, listen to, and watch a variety of business experts (me included). And you can’t decide who’s right or wrong. You might be playing a risky game of follow the leader.
It’s ok for kids to play follow the leader. But not business owners.
Now, I’m not saying you shouldn’t bother getting a mentor or a business coach. That would be silly of me since I’m a business coach. But notice I said “a mentor” and “a coach.” Not plural.
Multiple choices, when it comes to mentoring and coaching, put you in the “follow” mentality. In fact, you end up chasing your own tail, so to speak. And a business owner should lead. Not follow. Plan. Not chase.
Here’s something else I’ve said before. “It takes business owners AND employees to run a successful business.” But you’ve gotta decide which one you are. Before you waste too much time. Because if you’re gonna be the leader, you don’t need to overwhelm yourself learning a shipload of new skills. Instead you could use that time to organize and delegate that work to someone else.
Yeah, that means giving up some control. But only because you’ve got everything under control. With a system you can depend on. A system that helps you automate, delegate, and even resuscitate your passion.
Remember that old saying, “Lead, follow, or get out of the way”?
My RondaReady business coach CRM system can help you lead in a way others will want to follow. And everybody else will just have to get out of the way. Because you’re gonna be a steamroller.
So, when you’re really, really ready to get ready, get RondaReady and…