How to put your big ideas into practice

How To Put Your Big Ideas Into Practice

Can you relate?

You’re responsible for being the director, manager and creative genius of your career.

This means, it’s on you to take your ideas (your writing, offerings, inventions, speeches, artwork, _____________fill in the blank) from the drawing table to the factory floor – so to speak.

And, that’s not all…

You’ve also got to take care of your administration, marketing, networking, client acquisition and support to ensure your business is sustainable with a constant stream of satisfied clients.

Looking back to when I left the corporate world to start my coaching business, this is something I struggled with. Today, even though I work alongside a great team, it’s still tough to balance it all.

If you’re a big-picture person struggling to hone your ideas, create tangible offerings and grow your business, today’s CarlBTV is for you.

Watch and learn four smart strategies that’ll help you go from the big-picture to manageable action steps in less time, plus…

Warning: this episode MAY induce chocolate cravings.

Watch this week’s episode:

Once you’ve had a chance to watch, I’d love to know…

Have you ever struggled to find the time to create actionable steps from your big ideas? What specific strategies help you strike that balance?

Leave a comment below.

Excited to hear your perspective on this one.

Thank you, as always, for reading, watching and sharing with such enthusiasm!

With joy & gratitude,

XO

Carl Brooks
Business Coach and Change Catalyst
Prosper With Your Passion To Change Lives 
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