Dec
30

Making the Stretch

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Imagine having a personal trainer on hand, only instead of focusing on your fitness you were working on your business goals.  How would that process change your day-to-day life?  What would you work on first?  What are the weak points you would want to tackle?

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A book like The Big Stretch is that trainer and might be the ticket to a new you.  Authored by business coach Teneshia Jackson Warner, this how-to guide is more than just advice.  It’s a step-by-step system that will help you evaluate yourself, your objectives and your career. 

Whether you’re looking for a better way to set yourself apart or a complete career change, this interactive self-help book offers the “workout” many of us need.  If you’re interested in a preview of what it offers, you can visit here.

For more info, here is the summary from Amazon:

The Big Stretch delivers a four-tiered self-evaluation and empowerment program for jumpstarting a new business, new career, or new idea―and maintaining high levels of success long-term. 

“One of today’s most effective coaches for entrepreneurs, Teneshia Jackson Warner walks you through a ‘career workout’ routine designed to move you from idea to goal.  First, you’ll learn what type of dreamer you are: Hobby, Career, Make-It-Happen, Activist, or CEO. Based on that, you will discover your Dreamer's Risk Tolerance and understand your Dreamer's Ancestry to help gauge how much time, support, and resources you can apply toward your Stretch goal.  You’ll then create a One-Year Dream Projection to develop clear, realistic goals. Finally, you’ll begin your 90-Day STRETCH program involving weekly exercises to build and strengthen your ‘business physique.’

“Whether you want to escape the grind of a 9-to-5 job, improve an existing business, or simply get your dreams off the ground, The Big Stretch provides the knowledge and insight you need to turn your ideas into reality.” 

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Posted by Mark Jewell