Is Your "Busy-ness" Resulting in Business?

Are you so BUSY? If you are starting or growing a business, the answer is probably YES, you are busy!  But here is my question, are you busy with the RIGHT activities that are generating revenue?

I speak with so many entrepreneurs who are so busy doing all the tasks that they need to do to run their business.  I used to be one of these people too!  I was the queen of being busy, but unfortunately I wasn't getting the results I should have with how much work I was putting into my business.  So many people I have been speaking with are experiencing this too!

It's time to STOP the madness and START working effectively to generate the revenue you are targeting.  Here is the key question:  Are you keeping yourself busy so you feel like you are busy in your business (even though the revenue isn't there)?   If you are, you may be feeling tired, beginning to feel a bit hopeless that this will never take off and frustrated that you are taking time away from other parts of your life without the return.

Here is what you can do to check if you are working on the right things.

What direct activities do you take that result in revenue? These could be calls with clients, calls with prospective clients, speaking engagements.

What activities could you not do and still have no change in your results? For some businesses this could be making changes to your website, frequent Facebook activity, creating and refining programs and content before you have clients.

If you are trying to grow your business and generate a consistent revenue stream for your business, there is an opportunity for you to refine your actions to those that generate revenue.

What is one thing you can let go of so you can create clients?

Please post your ideas and aha's in the comments below.  I look forward to hearing from you.

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Best to you and your biz, Mikki