5 Reasons to Download Our FREE Clarity Kit Today

Feb 2, 2017, Written by Ashley D'Aubin

 

As a small business owner, the word “clarity” may seem like a luxury.

Gee, it would be nice to have some clarity about the direction of my business. 

I wish I had clarity about our business vision… it feels so different than when I started out. 

I wonder what it feels like to actually have clarity about how you should market your business in today’s world. 

In fact, clarity might be the farthest thing from what you feel. Maybe you resonate more with these words: stuck, overwhelmed, overworked, stressed, anxious, frustrated, depressed, burned out.

Well, we are here to encourage you that having “clarity” in your business isn’t just a luxury that’s hard to come by. 

You, too, can have clarity about every facet of your business:

  • Marketing
  • Sales
  • Team Management
  • Leadership
  • Planning & Strategy
  • Recruiting
  • Systems & Processes
  • Vision & Mission
  • Foundation

We also want to encourage you that you’re not alone. Whether it is losing sight of the mission and original direction of your business, or struggling to get your team to understand the vision of your company and work together –– you are not alone, we promise.

Crossroads has been listening to and coaching small business owners for 10 years.

Here are the common answers we get when we ask why business owners feel stuck:

  • Time/Energy
  • Money/Cash Flow
  • Confidence/Vision
  • People/Resources

We understand these areas of business can produce problems and frustrations, which is why we’ve created this tool to help you.

Click here to download our free Clarity Kit. Yes, that’s right… it’s free.

This is a helpful tool that will aid in growing your business with purpose and clarity as you discover what’s keeping you stuck and become clear on what to do next to grow.

5 Reasons You Should Download the Clarity Kit Right Now

  1. It’s free. You can’t argue with that. You simply sign up online and you’ll receive the Clarity Kit in your inbox.
  2. The Growth Opportunity Assessment included is key. There are important elements that you need in order for your business to grow… and you likely have some of them. However, if you’re like most small business owners, there are probably a few gaps, as well. This piece of the Clarity Kit will really help you identify where the gaps in your business are.
  3. You will learn 5 steps to discovering your path to purposeful business growth. The Clarity Kit Guide will give you the explanation and steps you need to turn what you’ve learned into real success; this is all based on the results from your Growth Opportunity Assessment.
  4. There is a video walk-through that explains the big picture of how to grow your business as a Christian. Upon downloading, you’ll receive a quick, 5-part video walk through with Sue Miley, Owner and Business Coach at Crossroads. She will walk you through each step on the Success Path.
  5. There are bonus gifts! If you sign up, you’ll receive our FREE bonus gifts. This includes the [email protected] Study Guide, the [email protected] Walkthrough, the printable Kingdom Metrics Cards and the printable Purposeful Path Map. These are all tools to help you succeed and grow your business with clarity as well.

We want you to arrive at work every morning with energy and confidence. Our desire is for you to see the work ahead of you that day as a part of your larger, 6-month growth strategy.

You can succeed as a Christian in business. You can grow your business with purpose and clarity.

Allow our Clarity Kit to help you jump-start this journey toward business success and growth.

If you have questions or would like to learn more about business coaching, please email [email protected]. We are fortunate to have a very well-rounded team with many resources and areas of expertise to help your small business grow and thrive. 

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Ashley D'Aubin

Ashley graduated from the Manship School of Mass Communication at Louisiana State University in May 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in Public Relations and a minor in Business Administration. She began work at Crossroads full time in June 2015.

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