Creating Pet Sitting Success on PURPOSE

by Kristin Morrison on December 11, 2012

in Pet Business Goal Setting,Pet Sitting Business Goals,pet sitting business tips,Pet Sitting Coach

Best years sometimes get created without our doing much of anything special.

But success by accident isn’t a very effective way to live (nor run your business).

Ready to create success on purpose in your business and your life?

I recently did a  ‘Create Your Best Year’ Coaching Session with Pamela Batson:

Pam is a pet sitting and dog walking business owner who lives in Illinois. She came equipped with the goal of wanting to relocate to another state in 2013 as well as numerous other big and little goals. We also discovered some personal and work goals that Pam secretly desired but hadn’t yet clarified until doing her Best Year Coaching session.

It was exciting to have her goals unfold in a clear and powerful way and to see which goals most wanted to be on her Best Year Yet plan. Through our session she realized she wanted to move much sooner than she’d originally thought. Creating a definite plan in order for her move as quickly as possible (by the first quarter of 2013) was exciting for us both!

After our 3-hour session I asked Pam (see her picture below) some questions about what the session was like for her. She gave me permission to use her answers:

Kristin: Describe your experience of what it was like to create your best year plan with me.

Pam: It was powerful. I didn’t think it would take the whole 3 hours to go through the questions, but you were very thorough with me and helpful in working with me to set specific, attainable goals.

Kristin: Were there things that surprised you when you created your Best Year Plan?

Pam: I was surprised at how much of a difference it made to get specific with income amounts, time frames, etc.

Kristin: What would you say to others who were thinking of creating their Best Year Plan but hadn’t yet taken the leap?

Pam: I would say that it’s important to make the investment in their future and to have someone to be accountable to. There is something special about having all of the goals in writing rather than just having the idea in your head.

Kristin: Anything else you’d like to share about the process or your reflections after you did your Best Year Plan?

Pam: I have a renewed sense of motivation. I am confident that I will be able to make a smooth transition and build up my business again in North Carolina, making 2013 my best year yet!

Click if YOU want to find out more and create your Best Year Yet.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Patricia Thompson December 31, 2012 at 6:31 am

Good for you, Pam! And good for you too, Kristin, for helping pet sitters define their goals and move forward in their chosen careers. I think anyone who has been in the business a while starts to see how, if not taken by the reigns and guided, their company will either slow to a dead stop or careen out of control! I applaud you both for your initiative and Kristin, for your spreading it around!

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Kristin Morrison December 31, 2012 at 12:26 pm

Thanks, Pat, for your comment and I agree with you about needing to be at the helm of your business and guiding it. 🙂 Wishing you a happy New Year in the all the ways that matter to you. -Kristin

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