Blogcast 48: Seven Truths to Unlock Success

Do you lead your business, or are you responding to it? Let’s discuss.

Check out the video below:

To read the original article, click on the title: 7 Truths to Unlock Small Business Success.

So to summarize:

  1. You should read the blog. These are universal and critical truths.
  2. Accepting these truths will get you what you want – not as fast as you’d like, but quicker than you realize is possible.
  3. Make sure that what you deserve is what you want.

Did you like this video? What challenges in the marketplace are you having that I can address in future Serious Shift Blogcast episodes? Please share your thoughts in the comments section below.

Thank you,

Dennis Moseley-Williams

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Comments (10)

Yay–you’re back! Loved the not depressing just true video (format and content) and getting a peak at the lake house. Three times a week would be excellent but I’ll be happy with two if that’s where you come out (written by someone who is struggling to get out one blog post each week).

Thank you Beth. We’ll sort the frequency and medium out. I miss the writing, and some of my tribe miss reading them. Regarding your blog, I can help with that – get up and write in the morning. The morning is the only time of your day that nobody will disturb you. I write and think in the morning, the moment I hear little Mia’s feet hit the floor upstairs, I know my writing time is over. Commit to posting once a week, every X-day at this time. That’s all. Nobody has to read them, they’ll be there for them when they are ready.
I send myself little emails all the time via Siri via my iPhone when I am inspired to capture an idea. One in my inbox right now says this in the subject line: Are you magic? Then the body says this, Uber Magic Need a wizard. That’s all I need to get me started. Thanks for being out there and caring enough to comment. Take care. DMW

You’re exactly right, Dennis–I do need to write first thing in the morning. Your note prompted me to consider why, knowing it was the best time for me to write, I haven’t been doing it first thing. I had lots of reasons but found that just putting a pad and pen on my bedside table and committing to at least 30 minutes was enough to overcome the barriers. Maybe not letting best be the enemy of good will also get me back on track with weekly posts! Thanks for caring–you make a difference in my life! Beth

Right on Beth. Wake up and write. It takes a little while to find your voice, as it were. Your readers are coming for your perspective, they’ll wait for your poetry. For now, just write and share and keep at it. That’s all. Words, when they are good enough, will keep like peaches. Gord Downie of The Tragically Hip said that. He was right.

Jennifer Waterman

I love that you are back in video format! It’s so much more interactive. I am happy with the twice a week format – it gives me time to digest what you are saying.

Thank you Jennifer. now let me talk about the band RUSH and what I learned from watching a documentary on them called Beyond The Lighted Stage. Way back when, a radio guy told them they’d get more airplay if they wrote “three minute songs.” RUSH said “But we write 7 minute songs” and they kept writing their way. Every time I look and see that my blogcast is 10 minutes or more, I think of Geddy and sing Tom Sawyer.

Hi Dennis!

As always, this podcast was perfectly timed to my professional life! I’ve been struggling to catch up to this years goals and just yesterday, I’ve finally got there. The goal post has moved greatly though this year and with so many distractions in life and in business, I feel that using these 10 keys to success and truly focusing on them will get me to where I want to be. To where I’m in business to be.

You continue to inspire and help me to keep that fire lit in my gut to truly be the best I can be for myself, my family and my wonderful clients! Thank you!

Love the cabin!

An inch an hour, two feet a day Leah. Strip it down, one step at a time. And remember point 10, if you need help, invest in it. The ROI will be amazing. And now a little Hip to get you through.

Three times a week – you are an encouragement

Thank you for saying so.

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