It's OK to Ask for Help

As a businessperson or organizational director, it can be difficult to ask for help. It feels a bit like admitting defeat.

And then, what if you choose the wrong help? What if it doesn’t work?


It's pretty rare to find someone who is truly successful who hasn't had plenty of help along the way.  The books of successful people are full of acknowledgments of many kinds of help -- friendship, love, spiritual direction, and professional support.

So ask yourself:

“Is what I’m doing working to my satisfaction, and, if not, do I know what else to do?”

If you answered “Yes” to the first question, or “No” to the second question, then that’s a strong indication that you, like the rest of us, could use some help.

You may have a website. You may have spent a lot of money making it look very slick and professional, but if it's not gathering a lot of e-mail addresses for potential customers (or donors or volunteers) that are a good fit with your business or organization, you might want to change your approach.

There are a few ways to go about this, each with its own price tag.

Downloading my free report is a no-cost, risk-free way to find out more.

Your website can be a relationship builder and revenue generator that does a lot of the work for you.  Then, you can spend less time doing routine tasks, and more time focused on heart-centred and fulfilling activities for your organization and your life.

So consider signing up for my free workbook, Your Heart's Treasure.
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