>>>Are roadblocks stopping your business success?

Hi there,

One of the biggest blocks for creating the business you want is not having a clear plan on how to get where you want to go.

And another block, a really big one, is the beliefs we hold around money.

Is it just me or is the whole concept of New Year’s resolutions are broken and/ or irrelevant?

Were you one of the people who set a big crazy audacious goal, and were super excited about the year ahead?

But come February, most of those resolutions were either broken or have fallen off the bandwagon, and by the end of the year…

Nothing has actually changed.

So whether you are into New Year’s resolutions, or if you are similar to me and prefer to nominate each year with a motivational catch phrase or theme (mine was ‘streamline for success’ in 2018)  unless you have a solid plan to work to, you are setting yourself up to fail.

Begin with the end in mind.
— Steven Covey

Many small business owners wear several hats, service provider, marketer, salesperson, accountant, customer service guru. The more the business depends on YOU, the more you are limiting it’s potential.

Here is my personal list of the Top 7 roadblocks that sabotage solopreneurs’ success in business:

1.    Failure to plan – strategic, financial, personal goals.

2.    No daily mode of operation in place.

3.    You are the CEO of everything.

4.    No personal boundaries – you can’t say no.

5.    You undervalue your worth – you say yes to every job that comes your way.

6.    You don’t invest in personal growth.

7.    No steady flow of leads coming into your business.


Have you identified with any of the above points?

As the owner, you are both the key to your success AND your biggest roadblock.

Let’s eliminate any roadblocks that are barriers to you achieving a profitable lifestyle business!

It’s time to write down those goals, targets and key milestones you have set for yourself in 2019.



My #1 tip?

Find yourself and accountability partner to help keep you on track and be kept accountable over the next 30, 60 and 90 days to change habits and start seeing results.  Then nominate a set day of each week for them to check in with you.  It sets a benchmark for you to share your wins and focus on those items you need to work on further.


I have found that sharing goals and being kept accountable ensures you stay focussed, avoids the bright, shiny objects syndrome and pushes you harder to make it happen.


Need a sounding board? Click on the link below and book in for a 30 minute Discovery Session to see if I can be of service.

To your success….

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