Linked In Powerpoint Cs


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Turning ambitions and goals into reality

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Linked In Powerpoint Cs

  1. 1. Clive Sury What do you want? What do you really want? More things to have or give? – a bigger house, a better car, a place abroad, a charitable legacy? More places to visit? – weekends away, long-haul holidays, distant friends to see? More things to do? - flying lessons, spa weekends, sporting events, time to enjoy hobbies? What are your dreams and on your ‘bucket list’?
  2. 2. How are you going to get there? • A goal not written down is just a wish • Would it be a good idea to see how others have achieved their goals and copy them to get yours? • Like to know how to get your business to deliver what you want? • Can learning from others save? > Time > Money > Effort
  3. 3. The steps to success • Your dreams – clearly defined? • Your goals – written, specific, dated? • Your plans – documented, detailed, realistic? • Your actions – consistent, capable, reviewed?
  4. 4. • Let’s take each area and put a value to it • For example, if your dreams were loosely known and half formed, a value of 5 out of 10 would be a fair assumption • Let’s apply this score to each point on the success steps formula: – Dreams X Goals X Plans X Actions – 5 x 5 x 5 x 5 = 625 Is this a high Score?
  5. 5. • Now let’s see what happens if each step is fully known, written down, actions clearly defined, skills trained and communicated to the team • What does giving each step a score of 10 do? – Dreams X Goals X Plans X Actions – 10 x 10 x 10 x 10 = 10,000  Bit of a difference?  Interested in finding out how to increase your chances of success by 1500%?
  6. 6. A choice of: • The hard way – on your own • The easy way – with help from others
  7. 7. • Working with business owners to achieve their specific business objectives, thereby fulfilling their business and personal goals • Using proven systems and strategies from other successful entrepreneurs • Keeping it simple, making progress in incremental steps • Working across all areas of the business ensuring operations deliver the growth in sales
  8. 8. Coaching Consulting Asks questions Tells what to do Transfers knowledge Keeps own expertise Client involved and accountable Consultant does with work with the client given recommendations Self-sustained systems bespoke to each owner When consultant leaves so do results Teacher Doer Planning cycles Deliverable milestones Generalist across the Specialist in industry business and function
  9. 9. Clive Sury Quoting E. James Rohn ... • “Never wish your life were easier ... Wish that YOU were better.” • “Work harder on yourself than you do on your business ...”