The end of the year is just around the corner and things certainly feel like they are accelerating on my end.
Prioritizing, at this point, becomes so important.
What should we push to 2020? What can we still try to complete? What should we get rid of?
Well today, I wanted to share with you the 3 things that I repeat in almost every strategy session.
They might help you re-direct your focus and attention for this last bit of the year we’ve got.
Every session, every client and every business is different, yet there are patterns that I see that have a lot in common. Hence the questions below:
1. What would your ideal customer feel/think about this?
When considering new services to launch, how to package your offerings, new products to develop, or any other thing that you stumble upon, always, always always go back to your ideal customer. How does this fit with their needs? Their deepest fears or desires?
I find that keeping your customer in mind even for the smallest decisions can create such clarity. One of the biggest mistakes I see (and I do this as well), is to spend too much time in our own shoes.
We love our thing, our topic, our product, our message and forget to look at it from the other side.
2. How does your dream vision feel inside?
This has become a top priority in my work. Getting clients and students to become incredibly familiar with the feeling they get when they visualise their goals.
They might see themselves in 3 years doing something or being someone, and it’s the feeling that comes with that image, that I focus most on.
The feeling, and the daily practice of re-visiting it.
Because when we feel, we create a whole set of chemical expressions within our body.
And that’s where the deepest transformation begins.
Incredible minds like Joe Dispenza, Helen McCarthy, and Bruce Lipton tell us that a recurrent practice of visiting the feeling and experiencing it in our body, our mind, our heart, has incredible potential for getting us closer to where we want to be. I really encourage you to give this one a try!
3. Can anyone else do this? Who can we outsource this to?
Every strategy session with me comes with the added bonus of an epic brainstorming mind. That’s just how I’m built. Seeing lots of potential and ideas and things to create.
Having said that, most of my clients are already neck-deep with stuff to manage, do, follow-through; so a common question is always, what else can we outsource? Who can we give the new project or ideas to?
I try to always make sure that my clients spend most of their time within their zone of expertise and give the rest to someone else.
I recently wrote about outsourcing here, check it out.
So maybe this one can be great to meet your end of the year goals!
Can you see something here that you could apply?
Is there anything here that resonates with your particularly?
Good luck with this month,
Lots of love,