Ever get that feeling that you're run off your feet and you're not convinced that the rewards you're getting from your business are worth it all? There are so many great ideas you hear, and you see other advisers that look so successful, but you don't have time to stop and think about how you can tweak your business strategy to do things differently.
It probably frustrates you to hear statements from people like us about how our clients have tripled their revenue in three years, or they've doubled their net profit in one year, or they're spending more time with their kids and less at the office?
Following on from my previous post on what a Board of Advice or Business Coach can bring to your business, today I would like to talk about which option is best for you and your business.
To work that out, we need to look at what the differences are between a Board of Advice (BOA) and a Coach.
How do you know if you need a Board of Advice (BOA) or Business Coach? While many people have heard how important it is to regularly pause from working in their business to working on their business, the methods of how to do this vary greatly. You can spend time on self-reflection, or obtain a business coach, or engage a Board of Advice.