Michelle AspelinI work with small business owners and organizations with Marketing related tasks that they either don’t have time to do, they shouldn’t be the one doing it, or they don’t know how.

I have found that entrepreneurs and organizations are full of ideas but lack the time or knowledge to implement their ideas. In order to move your business forward, you need to work “on” it, not just “in” it.

If you are a start-up entrepreneur, you are likely looking for help to get up and running and gain clients as quickly as possible so you can make money. I can help get you started. If you’ve been in business for a while, what you need now is more time.

I can help you leverage yourself by implementing systems to save you time and free you up to do more of the things you like to do, what you’re good at and why you started your business in the first place.

Call today to learn more. 952-484-6015

“Every physical reality starts out as an idea. Every billionaire begins as a child with a dream. Every successful business starts out as a movie in someone’s mind.” John Assaraf

Use Your Strengths

I believe everyone should use their strengths in business and focus on what you enjoy and excel at. Learn what Michelle’s Top 5 Strengths are to see if working with me will be a good fit.

Here’s an excerpt from The Answer; Grow Any Business, Achieve Financial Freedom, and Live an Extraordinary Life by John Assaraf & Murray Smith

“Being a successful beautician is one thing. Being a successful beauty shop owner is another thing entirely! Going from the one to the other is like going from being a surgeon to owning a hospital. You need some very different skill sets to make that work. Identifying those traits and strengths you don’t have tells you where you need to bring other people into the equation.

Be clear on this: A weakness is not a negative; it’s just an indication of strengths you’ll need to look for in other people. Your strengths, passions, and unique abilities are your most precious asset, and the second-most precious asset you have will be your associations and working relationships with people who embody all those complementary strengths, passions, interests, and abilities you do not have.

Each one of us has to do it alone, but we can’t do it by ourselves. We need one another. Being the Lone Ranger is a tough way to go, and even he had Tonto to lean on. One of the secrets to achieving your goals is knowing how to ask for help from people who have those skills you don’t possess.  In return, you offer them the skills you have, which will often turn out to be just what they need to achieve their goals. Complimentary skills serve everyone involved.”