Embrace the Dragon!
How will the year of the Dragon impact your business? The dragon is a symbol of good fortune and a sign of intense power. In Eastern Philosophy, the dragon is said to be a deliverer of good fortune and a master of authority. In the Chinese zodiac thekey personality traits of dragons are that they are ‘free spirits’ and quite volatile.
My wish for you is that you embrace the qualities of the dragon and live and lead fearlessly in 2012. Seek to become an authority in your area of expertise and blast away your competition!
Remember that everything in life happens twice; first as a thought and then as a reality. When you fail to set an intention you open the door to stagnation. Creating a powerful intention for your business will focus all of your energy on a single point which influences the very nature of each action taken.
We at BNI Spirit intend to grow our chapter to 40 quality members and refer over 1.5 million dollars in closed business to one another this year.
Follow these 3 simple steps to create your own powerful intention;
Step 1: Clarify your focus point by creating a specific and succinct statement e.g. I will become a risk taker, I will master my business systems etc
Step 2: Commit your intention to paper and read it often.
Step 3: Communicate your intention to your team, clients and customers.
If you would like support to create your most successful business year to date – Inspiraction Coaching specialise in the facilitation of strategic planning days. Special offer: receive a 10% discount on all group events held in February/March 2012.
Gong Xi Fa Cai!
Posted on January 22, 2012, in Inspiraction Coaching and tagged chinese zodiac, coaching, eastern philosophy, Executive Coaching, free spirits, Inspiraction Coaching, intense power, Kendra Strudwick, quality members, sydney coach, sydney life coach, year of the dragon. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.