There are 2 types of people
Which type do you want to belong to?
I work together with my clients so they join the first type and build a successful business within a year!
sRead on! Developing your business doesn’t have to be complicated!
Use case example below: how to get your first clients within 2 months!
We get you clear on your vision, focus on just one idea and write an executive summary to move to the next step
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What my coaching clients say:
“I realized I was able to do a lot more of what I was able to imagine.” — Dr. Kiran Zimmermann (Certified Coach)
“I didn’t think I would be able to do that when I started this.” — Aleks Papez (Swiss Designer)
Are you ready to take the next step? I’ve supported dozens of clients to make their first step!
43+ happy clients, 50+ workshop participants, Entrepreneurship Podcast and live Youtube sessions with successful entrepreneurs!
Often we don’t know where to start or have too many ideas! It’s good to ask a few questions to narrow your ideas down.
You are not alone, and I’m sure you are good enough to start your business!
This is the most common fear that we have! I was shocked to learn that Dr. Shannon Irvine (neuropsychology PhD) feels this fear too before going to a stage!
The only question is: do you let yourself stop if you feel the fear or do you take action regardless?
A good excuse! Except that it’s not true. We all exactly have the same amount of time. The same goals could be achieved in 3 months or 1 year. The difference?
Focus! Working on the things that bring results!
20% of your effort / time brings that 80% results. I have experienced this many times myself.
I want to set priorities and start building my dream business!
Fear if failure is a natural, feeling however, don’t let it stop you from taking action!
I’ve experienced many challenges before I’ve started my two current businesses. On thing that kept me going is the feeling of trust in myself.
As long as you don’t give up, you never failed! You just learn along the way and try again!
Great, you don’t have to! You can either quit and go 100% or start building small and gradually grow your business.
You might be in the wrong place then. Being an entrepreneur involves some risk and often a lot of unknown factors.
Good news: You can lower the risk to a comfortable level, specially if you start small or validate your business idea before you spend months on building it!