I am back with another quick tip episode. These episodes have tips or strategies you can use to help you grow your online business so you can have a bigger impact and increase your revenue in the process.
What does leadership mean to you?
As your business grows, you can’t do everything yourself, so you are required to transition from entrepreneur to CEO. It can be such a challenge to take on that leadership role well, so I am sharing some tips that have been effective for me.
In this quick tip episode, I am talking to you about three tips for becoming a better leader. Along with those, I am covering some mistakes I made early on, an assessment I love to use to get to know my team and more.
Many entrepreneurs start their business without thinking about what type of leader they will be once it grows. I want you to learn from my mistakes and write down some of the advice I am giving in this episode for the betterment of you, your team and your business!
Whether you have one person on your team or several, this episode will be really helpful for you!
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Links & Resources Mentioned in this Episode:
Motivating by Appreciation Test
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