Episode #159. How do you plan for your business after a year that took all our plans and threw them in the trash? Robin Walker helps female business owners find focus and strategy to create a distraction-free action plan to reach their big, audacious goals. I confess, as soon as I heard this, I was ready to learn all of Robin’s secrets. Hit play on this episode and you’ll find out how to accomplish your goal even if you have to take a different path and the implementable strategies Robin teaches to break goals down into simple, achievable steps.
In This Episode You’ll Learn:
- How to reach your goals despite unexpected roadblocks (Hello, 2020!)
- Why you need to be ultra specific with your end goal
- How to break down goals in order to avoid overwhelm
- What it looks like to get accountability in your business
- The key to creating tasks you can actually get done
“If you plan your whole year down to every little step, it’s going to be way too overwhelming. But if you do it in chunks, if something crazy like 2020 happens, you can just change your path.”
“We all have that thing that we just keep pushing from list to list or day to day to day. Stop and think, ‘What is it about that task? Why am I not doing it?’ There’s some reason whether it’s mindset or knowledge or expertise or financial. Figure out what it is that’s stopping you from completing that task.”
“You can make lists all day long, but if you’re not a natural implementer or you’re just not wired to make yourself do that, you won’t follow through. So why do we think, ‘Oh, I’m going to run a business, but I don’t need someone to hold me accountable.’”
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More About Robin:
Robin Walker is a business strategist that helps female business owners narrow focus, take action, and plan strategically so they can increase their income and time with their families. Robin uses her 15 years of business experience to support women through one on one coaching, in person and online events, and the Impact Business Circle. Her and her husband are parents to three teenagers and are living the lake life in Southern Wisconsin.