Have you ever been told to “keep both eyes on the ball”? A friend of mine said that very thing a while back. His business is struggling and he is battling the constant fight to maintain balance between the future (vision) and the present (day-to-day responsibilities). He and his business were at the end of their ropes.

What to do When Your Business is at the End of its Rope

According to the Small Business Administration, almost 90% of all businesses in America fail. My friend was about to become a statistic. In today’s episode I share with you what I shared with him.

While it’s geared towards the struggling entrepreneur, it applies to everyone, whether your business is struggling, wildly successful, or you have no business at all.

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Join me for episode 64 with JV Crum III, author of The Conscious Millionaire. He’ll share his journey of deciding to become a millionaire at a very young age, achieving that exact goal, and then realizing there was more to life than that. He’s helping people to live with consciousness and purpose. He’s showing the world that wealth and social responsibility are not mutually exclusive. He’s inspiring a new generation to think big and think bold. And his interview is awesome.

Have you ever allowed the day-to-day work to get in the way of your big dreams?

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