Cassie Footman Success Coach Blog

Posts from March 2019

 
Building a brilliant team is one of the keys to business success. 
 
How can you ensure you get the right people on board to support you and your business?  
 
What do you need to consider? How can you prepare for finding the right team? 
 
Here I will discuss strategies for taking care of all of that...  
 
Cassie Footman Clarity Business and Personal Coach, blogger and speaker
 
For me identity is about... who am I?  
 
Who are you?  
 
And what is that you’re striving to achieve? 
 
One of the things that I do when I’m working with clients, is we look at identity as a subject as it’s really important. It’s possible to really misunderstand this particular area. 
 
Cassie Footman Clarity Business and Personal Coach, blogger and speaker
 
One of the biggest challenges that I’ve observed lots of business owners have, whether it comes to their business life or their personal life, is the belief that everything needs to be perfect. That in order to succeed, everything needs to be just right. 
 
In my own personal view, there’s nothing wrong with high standards, but when we have standards so high that they paralyse us, are those standards serving or are they actually hindering? 
Cassie Footman Clarity Business and Personal Coach, blogger and speaker
 
With the conflict of different identities, I’ve realised my daughter is now in year 9, she’s 13, she’s going to be 14 this school year. She wants to go to University, so she will probably be 18 then. So potentially, I’ve only got four summers left. Four summers! 
 
How can you create an environment which can satisfy your commitment to your business and your family? 
Cassie Footman Clarity Business and Personal Coach, blogger and speaker
So today I want to talk about success, and the duality of success. 
 
There are two sides. Like the old cassette tapes, we’ve got the A-side and we’ve got the B-Side... 
Cassie Footman Clarity Business and Personal Coach, blogger and speaker
 
On a daily basis we, as human beings, tend to use the words “I am”. Whatever it is that comes after the “I am” kind of determines your identity. Most people don’t consciously realise that they’re actually doing that, they’re setting their own identity. 
 
Identity is a really interesting subject. Sometimes you can set your own identity, and there are times when other people will kind of set and identity for you or reinforce the identity that you give yourself... 
Cassie Footman Clarity Business and Personal Coach, blogger and speaker
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