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What guidelines do you have in place for your business?

Every business should have a set of immutable laws. These are core principles that you and your business live by. And, to take it a step further, these are principles you expect from your clients and your employees.

Here are my immutable laws:

Ready For Change: I won’t sugarcoat it. Change is hard, and it won’t happen unless you’re ready for it. The good news? The juice is 100% worth the squeeze.

Understand Commitment: Change doesn’t happen overnight. The best results happen when we push through, even if we’re tired or feel like we’re not moving fast enough. We understand that committing to the journey opens the door to transformation. Have a Growth Mindset: We believe there’s no such thing as being “bad with money.” Aren’t good with the numbers? That just means you aren’t good yet. If you’re coachable, open to new ideas and willing to put in the work, you will win. Opportunities Over Excuses: Excuses create roadblocks and prevent progress. Problems will arise. Failure will happen. We will choose to skip the excuses and look for the opportunity in every setback.

Fun to Work With! I don't dread Mondays and never say "TGIF." That's because I only take on clients that I enjoy working with. I want our coaching calls to be something we both look forward to.

Having 4-5 immutable laws in place allows you to determine if a client or new employee is the right fit.

I personally review these before a consultation with a new client, and am looking to see if they fit the criteria. I'll even share a few of them on the consultation to see where they place themselves.



Most business owners struggle with managing their money, resulting in smaller paychecks for themselves. At Craig Dacy Financial Coaching, we help make managing your money simple. That way you can easily run a business that pays you more. Schedule your free coaching session now.

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