The Art of Asking for Help

Charlene is busy. Charlene is the mother of three young children, and is concerned about her aging parents. She owns a thriving clothing business, is a member of three networking groups, and volunteers at her children’s school whenever she can.

Down time? Charlene doesn’t know the meaning of down time!! Although she takes care of the bare necessities each day, her focus is on her family and her business, so “luxury” items in her personal life like lunch with a friend, a dinner date with her husband, or (gasp!) a day at the beach don’t ever happen.

Charlene thinks she can handle it all just fine without help. Her family has great teamwork to maintain their home and lives. Her business team is also efficient and self-reliant. But there is absolutely no room for growth. So, Charlene is grateful for the status quo, and hopes something will open up soon.

Here’s where Charlene could change the status quo…she could ask for help outside of her existing teams! 

I know…reaching out for help can be tough. But no matter how talented and effective you are, you simply cannot do it all, not one person with only 168 hours in each week.

That’s why I’m hosting another “Pick Lisa’s Brain” Q&A call THIS THURSDAY, August 17…for Charlene and everyone like her! These calls are great for questions like these:

  • How do I get my work done with my partner keeps interrupting me with questions?
  • I really want to finish writing my book, but I can’t seem to find the time.  Any suggestions?
  • I put the requests of others first, but then at the end of the day, I realize I haven’t finished MY stuff, and end up working weekends just to catch up!  How do I fix that?

The call is my gift to you, the busy business owner! But to get answers, you have to ask them! Register now for this free call on August 17 at 2:00(EST), and see how far you can go!

 

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