There is nothing better than spending time with someone that can see the big picture. Our guest this week has the rare gift of being able to see further than the limited sight that her eyes afford her. Sylvia Browder knows what it takes to be successful, and she knows how to help others get there. Her passion for helping women is only matched by her unyielding quest to continuously improve in her own right. A leader knows that they can never rest on past accomplishments, which is why Sylvia spends countless hours making sure that her brand is operating, performing and serving at a consistently high level. We got right into the good stuff for this interview that you will listen to below, and asked “WHY DO SOME WOMEN FAIL IN BUSINESS in their first 1 to 3 years: and true to form, Ms. Sylvia Browder’s answer blew me away.
Like most businesses, Ms. Browder saw a void in the marketplace and instead of complaining about it, she decided to fill it. Her blog for women entrepreneurs is an all inclusive resource to help women find a community of ambitious, goal oriented women as well as find specific tools and more to help correctly launch their own businesses. She is a very passionate woman that spends her days working to find ways to help improve others because she simply wants women to win. Rather you’re looking for assistance in finances, health and wellness, or even spirituality, Sylvia has made it her business to be an advocate of your personal growth.
When was the last time you took time to write out your goals? The reason that I’m asking is not to challenge you, but to illustrate the difference between those that achieve, and those that haven’t just yet. While speaking with Sylvia, we noticed that most people voice their dreams & goals, maybe at a time where emotions are high, but seldom follow those voiced goals through. However; every successful person that I’ve ever interviewed INCLUDING Ms. Browder, say that it is important to have a written (not even typed), but a written list of clear, measurable goals. As we come to the end of 2012 I strongly suggest that when you click play on the interview below, you listen closely, take notes, and let Sylvia Browder empower you and point you in the right direction for the coming year.
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