Today, the biggest change to date is the ability to make decisions quickly and be confident in them. I make adjustments to the plan as days pass without doubt because of what I’ve discovered. Another thing I’ve learned is how to check in with my mind and emotions to see what’s going on and if there is anything draining my efficiency. I have then learned how to deal with those thoughts and emotions and get back on track.
I have started a new business, owned myself as a business and a business owner, and just about doubled my average monthly income. Most important, I know myself to be the source of these results, and so my relationship to them is not that I was lucky and must hope they happen again, but that I caused them and can cause them again.
Mick can relate to the small business entrepreneur’s struggles and successes as he is one himself and studies the sector. Working with him is very personal: I truly believe that when Mick takes a stand for you as his client it is a personal commitment he has made to you and himself. He never missed call, pushed when I was unwilling to, and shows up focused (some time more than me).
Professionally, I grew my business from barely afloat to prospering - a 300% growth in revenue. I improved my client interactions and began setting more appropriate expectations for large-scale projects and smaller maintenance projects alike. This helped me move from fearing email notifications to being happy to hear from clients and prospects.