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Is Your Focus Your Magic!

Originally delivered Mar 25, 2020
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    Archived Webinar
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    1 hour
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As a consultant, your consulting business is your baby. You have an emotional bond with it and at times it can be just plan frightening. Whether you are starting your consulting business or expanding it, clarity of vision is important but there is another key ingredient that if not properly defined and implemented, hinders your progress. That key ingredient-YOUR FOCUS! Focus impacts everything from defining your ideal client and building meaningful relationships to how you deliver your services. “Is Your Focus Your Magic?” discusses the key building block that answers the “why” and “what” questions so important to your clients and necessary for any successful consulting business. It is the consultant’s responsibility to define their focus and then clearly articulate and implement it. Focus is a Consultant’s Magic-the key for their success.

This presentation discusses the key components for defining and refining your focus, the impact of focus on all aspects of your business, and the importance of communicating a business’ focus. Walk away with at least one idea that you can implement immediately.




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