On this week’s episode of the Healthy Wealthy and Smart Podcast, Christine Gallagher joins me to talk about practical strategies for entrepreneurs to implement today! Speaker, trainer, bestselling author and award-winning business coach Christine Gallagher is founder of ShesGotClients.com, a company dedicated to teaching women around the globe how to find more meaning, fulfillment and purpose in their life through the power of entrepreneurship.
In this episode, we discuss:
-5 red flags that can tell you if you need to delegate
-What Christine calls “Genius Work” and methods of discovering your strengths
-How to develop and manage a team that compliments your business needs
-Christine’s favorite project management tools
-And so much more!
Entrepreneurial people often try to “do it all,” but a better strategy is to do what you are best at and delegate the rest. Christine advices, “Entrepreneurs who end up wearing all the hats start to feel like, ‘Well, even if I don’t know how to do this, it still needs to get done so I should do it.’ But if that keeps coming up, that's something you need to pay attention to… That's when you know that that needs to be delegated.”
Sometimes it can be easy for entrepreneurs to lose track of how much time they are putting into their work. Christine talks about exercises for entrepreneurs to rethink what they spend energy on and how they are compensated. She shares, “Think about what [you] are worth per hour doing [your] genius work. Genius work is what you love, what you’re extremely good at, what gives you energy instead of takes your energy away.”
As you develop your team, assessing strengths and assigning the right roles is key to getting the most value from each member. She stresses, “It really helps team members understand that they play an important role in the company and often because it's because of the strengths that they have.”
For more information on Christine:
Speaker, trainer, bestselling author and award-winning business coach Christine Gallagher is founder of ShesGotClients.com, a company dedicated to teaching women around the globe how to find more meaning, fulfillment and purpose in their life through the power of entrepreneurship.
Christine believes that when entrepreneurs find the courage to share their gifts and their message in a much bigger way, they will not only attract raving fans, enroll more clients, and enjoy more income, they also become a force for positive change in the world.
After applying Christine’s proven marketing methods, which she teaches via her Impact Academy and live workshops, her students and attendees typically experience a significant increase in subscribers, clients, sales and lucrative joint venture opportunities. Most importantly, they find a renewed sense of purpose and passion, allowing them to step into their bigger vision, connect to their “why” in order to serve at the highest level, and make a lasting, true impact in the world through a business they love.
The Huffington Post declared Christine to be one of “16 Brilliant Business Minds on Twitter,” she’s won the Bronze Stevie Award for “Business Mentor/Coach of the Year” for 2014, and she’s an Amazon bestselling author.
Christine is also an in-demand speaker, and has been featured in numerous publications such as We Magazine For Women, NewsDay, BlogHer, The Huffington Post, Social Media Examiner, and many more.
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