WealthBeing says that in order to succeed your service needs to be good – not perfect and not quite good. So I thought I would share this business card, which I think is good, and so indicates that the person to whom it belongs is good too. Here’s what I observe:
WealthBeing offers practical, and often counterintuitive advice. Choose a market that’s neither too crowded nor too niche. Get yourself a partner or a mentor & and know which will be better for you. Pay attention to your personal needs, alongside the needs of your growing business. Use techniques like NLP and mindfulness, but don’t forget to watch your cashflow.