The Roles We Play in Our Business
by Nigel Clayton
Which one are you? Even though you may feel you have to play all 3 in your business, there is one that is really you. If you understand which one you are and are able to only be that in your business, you will be a successful business owner.
Which role should you play in your business?
How do you know?
How does it help you reach great success?
- A deeper understanding of which role you play in your business and how it frames your success.
- Simple ways to align yourself with your business.
- Understand how each role works in the business and which one creates success.
About Nigel Clayton
Nigel is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) by the International Coach Federation (ICF) and has owned his own Business Coaching and mentoring company for almost 15 years. Nigel has also been an entrepreneur for over 25 years as a C.P.A. (Certified public Accountant) and has owned his own accounting firm for over 25 years.
Nigel has the unique ability to see where you are in your business and where you are as the business owner and help you connect the dots, discover how you and your business can work in harmony, and you can create the business and the life you really want.
â€œI created Ultrapreneur Success when I discovered that by using all of the tools I learned to become a CPA, they did not always create success for my clients. Even though we might look at their business model, their systems, making sure they had the right people in place, etc. these were all tangible things for the business. What about the business owner? What makes the business owner tick, what were they afraid of, what limiting beliefs did they have, etc. I became aware that there was much more to creating entrepreneurial success than just writing a business plan and having enough capital. There were intangible aspects that were as important and even more important than the tangible aspects when it came to entrepreneurial success.
Most entrepreneurs start out with excitement and passion and sounding like Tony Robbins. But after some time they become overworked, overwhelmed, feeling trapped and like life sucks and they have become business owners. These business owners have a 90-95% failure rate. Why? Ultrapreneur Success helps you understand why and how you got to where you are and how you can transform from being The Egopreneur and Entrepreneur to become the Ultrapreneur. The Ultrapreneur only does what they love to do and has other people and systems in place to do those things they donâ€™t love. The Ultrapreneur has created harmony between their business and their life. I wish you Ultrapreneur Success!â€
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