Profitability 101: Finding “the right” Opportunity


In the business world, everything is fast paced, work hard, make as much money as you can, but how do you know what’s money vs good money? They are two “VERY” different things I assure you! Today I wanted to discuss how to capitalize on opportunities. Choosing your clients instead of just taking whatever money you can get. Lastly delivering on your promises. To set yourself apart all 3 facets are necessary. Not only for your success but for your longevity and reviews. The work you do is about you, but it’s not just for you. It’s a two way street and it should always be respected as such!

1. Capitalizing on opportunities! Money and success comes disguised in a lot of different ways. I know during my journey I’ve been offered a fork in the road at every turn. Giving up vs giving it another try. Sacrificing now to build for the future. Understanding the work means more then the profit. Taking on just any client vs clients that fit well with me! See when you first start you always want to make quick money. Understandable, depending on where you come from or how you start you may not feel you can wait. This is when patience and trust in the process has to kick in. To build a dream position it doesn’t happen overnight. To gain clients (even though people will sell you on a “x” amount of days program to find it) doesn’t come easy! You’ll talk to a lot of people before you start finding the clients. From their you have to be sure what is your intentions to take this person? What is it going to look like working with them? What do you bring to the table? And what do you have to sacrifice to make it work?

2. Choosing your clients! Clients aren’t a one size fits all. Each person is different. I always look at what is the personality I’m taking on? How willing are they to listen to advice? How do they handle accountability? How laxed is the environment going to be between us? These questions are important to understand the work space you’re going to commit yourself too. There’s more than just money on the line it’s also your reputation. The wrong people are quick to try and drag you through the mud, no matter how much you did or didn’t do. This is why choices can make or break the whole operation!

3. Delivering on your promises! Unlocking this whole process always comes down to you. The time you put in and choosing a client is integral. Once you nailed down your niche, you have your first client, they pay you for the expectations you set, now it’s time to come through! You’ve talked the talk, now you have to walk the walk. Understanding some days you may be tired. Some days might go wrong. Some days something comes up. Regardless you know the commitment you gave and the expectations you set. To really earn the trust of the person who entrusted you with their time, money, and energy you have to deliver! Make sure you always do the work. Make sure to do the “BEST JOB” you can do. You’re working to build something. You’re working to create something meaningful. Think of yourself as the construction of a new skyscraper. In a city where there’s plenty you have to find a location and a look that stands out and separates yourself from all the others. If you just blend in you won’t be noticed. If you don’t care for it properly it starts to deteriorate. If you don’t update you get passed by. Always keep yourself on the cutting edge. Stay ahead of the curve. And show that you believe in what you do even more than the person who is willing to believe in you! When you do that your opportunity becomes something that people will talk about. The higher regard your spoken in, the more opportunities will start to come your way!

Entrepreneurship is a slow process. But it’s worth it when you build it properly and always keep working with it. Failure is not real. Quitting is! Never give up on your dreams and goals. And always work the way that represents you! This way the people who come to your name will always be happy to say this is who got me to my destination! This is the company I trust in!

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