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Amber Hurdle
Because I started investing in wiserrelationships, I am now an absurdly wealthy woman
Amber Hurdle
Most people like to talk about themselves, so get them going and you'll make new friends quickly!
Amber Hurdle
By not stepping into your greatness, you are letting down everyone around you whom you can inspire, touch, or influence.
Amber Hurdle
I always say that my success has been three parts support and encouragement from my amazing network and one part piss and vinegar.
Amber Hurdle
If you were stranded in the ocean in a small boat with a paddle, I'd tell you to pray to God, but row for the shore!
Amber Hurdle
A Bombshell's constant struggle is living up to her God given potential while also battling in her mind the difference between her expectations and the world's expectations.
Amber Hurdle
A Bombshell wants it all, yet she is beginning to see shecan't have it all at once.
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The concept of work-life balance is a fleeting idea for a Bombshell. Instead, a focus on work-life success
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Sorry, Sister. You're not normal. You're exceptional. You're a Bombshell. If this was easy, everyone would be a successful business owner.
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Determine how you are going to measure your success.
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Remember, you are not aspiring for perfection, Bombshell. You are aspiring for progress, one step at a time.
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Be sure to ask for help, and vent or brag on your progress along the way.
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Do your best in the day, for the day, and then work on tomorrow when it comes. Show yourself grace and laugh at yourself.
Amber Hurdle
Don't be bothered with what you think other people expect of you when it comes to your raw talent.
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You want to be able to say, for example, I will know I am successful if these three things happen.
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If you cannot tie your marketing efforts to actual dollars that the electric company will accept, it's time to adjust your plan.
Amber Hurdle
I've always said we can't all experience everything, but we can all learn from each other's experiences, making learning curves shorter and pitfalls avoidable.
Amber Hurdle
Business is fluid and you can always improve and progress as your time and financial resources allow, and as your learningcurve shortens.
Amber Hurdle
Well, I admit it. I'm a people addict, and I don't want to quit!
Amber Hurdle
Treat your employees like you would want to be treated if you were an employee.
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Train your new employee properly. Sounds so obvious, and yet it often doesn't happen.
Amber Hurdle
Customer service has everything to do with consistency, systems, training, and the habits you and your team create.
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Your company culture is made up of the family rules ofyour business that establish consistent expectations among all.
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When you create a company culture, you are drawing your lines in the sand for you, first & then for anyone else who does business with you.
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All businesses begin and end with their company culture.
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You want how you do business to be consistent among all team members, including partners, management, employees, and even vendors.
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The what to do can be taught; the how to do it is not as easy to pass on to someone who simply doesn't get it.
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Your company culture is the internal foundation on which everything in your business builds.
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To gain your share of the market, you must show how your company is different and how your culture produces a unique experience for your customers, leaving no room for competition. And that, Bombshell, is your brand.
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Your brand is what your customers andpotential customers think about you; your culture is who you say you are and how you do business.
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When you have a strong company culture it will shine through your brand and you can authentically say, This is what our brand is about.
Amber Hurdle
Creating a company culture is the first operational step in becoming a bold, brave fempreneur. It creates certainty, a road map and stability.
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Your mission statement outlines why your company exists. It doesn't have to be all fancy-pants, just a clear statement of what you do.
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While a mission statement speaks to why a company exists, a vision statement communicates what you want to accomplishin the future.
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Values are the measuring stick for howyou make decisions in business: goal setting, employee conduct, recognition, discipline
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Your mission statement, vision statement, core values, and service standards provide a clear focus for all while keeping your team humble and hungry. It creates that family environment in which your employees enjoy coming to work and dealing with the challenges they face each day.
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If your culture is how you do business internally, your brand is what people believe about you externally.
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You can't be it for everyone. In fact, if you try to please everyone, you will please no one, especially yourself.
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You've got to get your team to not only understand your company brand, but also to understand their personal brand.
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Even if you delegate that responsibility, ultimately you are the one responsible for howyour brand is portrayed.
Amber Hurdle
Never take lightly that becoming an employer puts another person's ability to provide for their life in your hands.