Starting your business was the easy part but now, further down the line, is the dream not quite your reality? Weren't you going to be having Friday afternoons to play golf? Or did you want several exotic holidays a year and to be driving that Porsche by now?
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If your reality isn't living up to the dream, you need to go back to basics. This book is the perfect first Step Up to getting back in control and heading to the life you deserve. In ‘Step Up’, you will learn:
- Where exactly you are taking your business;
- How you are going to get there;
- When to take action;
- What your team needs;
- Why you do what you do;
- Who to turn to for help.
Gill Tiney is known for her common sense approach to business and helps hundreds of small business owners to become more successful. An experienced business woman of over 20 years, she uses her knowledge of starting and running several companies over that time to inspire and motivate others to take those STEPS TO SUCCESS. Her philosophy is that if we continue to take small, regular and consistent steps to improve every area of our business we will soon see outstanding success and ultimately gain the life we deserve.
In the foreword of ‘Step Up’, Ivan Misner, NY Times bestselling author and founder of BNI®, says of this book, "Gill has provided an incredibly straightforward and highly effective framework for stepping up to the plate, getting inspired and taking action in order to take any business from its current state to higher and higher levels of success. This resonates with me greatly because, throughout my journey with BNI, I have personally experienced so many of the mindset changes and growth processes Gill discusses in this book."