It takes a leader like you to create momentum.
However, creating momentum requires someone like you who can motivate others, as opposed to one who needs to be motivated.
It requires you, as the Visionary, who can see where your company is now and how to create and maintain momentum to take it where it needs to go – the destination.
Without momentum, even the simplest tasks or goals can seem insurmountable.
But with momentum on your side, the future looks brighter, obstacles appear smaller, and struggles seem temporary.
All leaders face the challenges of creating change and motivation in their organizations.
As the John C. Maxwell quote says...
“Every sailor knows that you can’t sail a ship that isn’t moving forward, strong leaders understand that to change direction, you first have to create forward progress.”
As the CEO leader you must have the time, energy and focus to determine where your ship needs to go so you can create forward progress.
Your business is growing. That means your time and focus on the tasks and activities that will continue to pull the company forward is shrinking.
Forward progress can come to a halt, along with business growth.
Has Momentum Stalled Out?
Are you stuck? Juggling too many “balls in the air” everyday and feeling drained by all the details of running a business behind-the-scenes.
If you're like many women business owners...
You're feeling overwhelmed and frustrated by not being able to move forward in business growth and in a sustainable way.
You're stuck in the day-to-day minutiae of running a company and don't have adequate time to focus on higher-level tasks and actions that will grow and scale your organization.
The vision you have for a company that builds wealth, freedom and ongoing success, does not include being tied to a another job. You've been there and done that!
You're the Entrepreneurial "Spark Plug"
As a Visionary CEO. You're the entrepreneurial "spark plug" for the vision and the forward motion of the business.
You have so many ideas that will increase profit, reach and momentum and feeling discouraged by not having the bandwidth or resources to implement.
You're so busy with all the “DOING” in your business. You don't have the time, innovative energy, and for many, even enthusiasm to think about growing and scaling the company past it's current state.
Many women business owners have shared with me...it feels like everything is just too hard!
Momentum has slowed down or maybe evening stopped. And, you're not sure how to create forward motion.
Does this sound like you?
Creating Forward Motion
In order to create forward motion, you'll want to take a close look at existing challenges and obstacles keeping you handicapped in progressing forward.
You'll want to create a plan to overcome.
For many business owners one of the greatest challenges to moving forward is still being buried in the "DOING" parts of running their organizations.
Your company has grown. The days of you being the only one carrying all the responsibilities of a growing business must change.
If you're serious about building wealth, freedom and ongoing success, you must learn to delegate. Get results through others and let go of the tasks that are below your pay grade. ~Kelly Roach, Unstoppable Success
An important business decision you'll want to make to create forward motion in your business is to hire a Second-in-Command.
A Second-in-Command will magnify and support the momentum you have created in your business.
As key players and operating in an integrator role in your organization, they support your vision, mission, and yes, momentum with management and leadership.
A Second-in-Command will:
Does this sound like you?
Are you ready to create and maintain forward progress in your business? You don't have to do it all alone. Let's chat on a complimentary discovery call.
Wishing you much success and wind in your sails. ?
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