Your relationship to the mission of your organization keeps you both anchored and focused. Since I became an entrepreneur, my business has experienced many storms. Literally, within the first six months of opening, hurricane Irene busted through my community leaving a wake of destruction in its path, including my home and office. Immediately we were forced to move in with my in-laws and begin the rebuilding process which took about a year and a half. My anchor didn’t exist between the brick and mortar of my home. It was the actionable purpose of my business and how my business showed up to the business community. I was focused on providing resources that would help my clients thrive from desk to dwelling, all the while providing me with revenue and flexibility. I learned how to pivot while staying firmly rooted in my mission. That’s what anchors do. They allow ships to stay firmly rooted in the bed of the body of water while the water churns violently on the surface. When you are firmly linked to your mission - your anchor, chaos can be swirling around you and you will remain calm focusing on the priorities of your business. Without a close relationship to the mission or anchor of your business, the chaos will become an element that will get you off course and leave you feeling lost. Do you need clarity about your mission? Does your organization feel chaotic or like they are in the middle of the storm? Let me help you get the anchor of your mission firmly planted within your organization and keep you focused on your ultimate destination.
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Getting through life from desk to dwelling can sometimes be a challenge without the right tools. That's why I created this podcast to create a space where we can meet and I can invite some of my friends to share with you practical, inspirational, and professional tools to help you thrive.
Podcast Producer: Cassidyy Atkins
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