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How Being a Good Sponsor is Like Being a Good Mom

Published on 5/13/2012
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Happy Mother's Day all you Business Owners and those who really, really want to take the plunge! I just want to encourage you that business ownership and partnership is not much different from leading and developing children in your home. Here are just a few transferable skills that will help you with the transition. 1. Seek to meet the needs of the person being led - even if that means sacrifice on your part. 2. Keep open lines of communication. 3. Lead by example - take them by the hand until they can do it on their own (think training wheels). 4. Listen. Listen. Listen. 5. Have an end goal in mind, interspersed with intermediate goals, so as to make them feel victorious along the way and to believe that nothing is impossible. I hope this helps with your new recruit, business partner or team member. Remember, we all want to be edified, challenged and pointed in the right direction. Just remember, you yourself were not always so sharp and superb. Give your team members (and your children) the grace to grow. All the Best, Coach Kim
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