Why You’re Not Sticking To The Plan

Chances are as a fashion entrepreneur that you are a right-brained person. You are creative, have meticulous attention to detail when it comes to your art but not the cleanliness of your desk, and you drop everything when inspiration strikes. Working from the right brain makes us the creatives we are but it can also hinder us when we’re coming up with both the ideas for our company and the action to carry them out. As entrepreneurs we have to do both. 

This podcast episode explores the traits of a right-brained person and how to create a plan and stick to it.

What you are going to learn in this episode…

  1. Why right brain people are different
  2. Why it can really hurt your business
  3. What you can do about it – the 5 steps to getting a plan and sticking to it

If you suffer from B.S.O.S. or bright shiny object syndrome this episode is for you. I lay out the five steps to implement a plan of action. It starts with reviewing what’s worked in the past, brainstorming ideas, choosing just ONE idea, and taking radical action on that one idea for the next 90 days.

You can also listen on iTunes, Stitcher Radio or on Spotify

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Both of these programs will help you tame the entrepreneur’s crazy brain. Remember I’m rooting for you 100%.



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