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1,000 Foot View

Review your business from a higher and new perspective.

Continued Journey Masterclass
LEVEL: Beginner

Course Description

If you have ever worked in the corporate world, or have done some sort of business research, I am sure you have heard the term “30,000-foot view”. It is one of those common business phrases used to describe getting to a high enough level to see the big picture. Do me a favour, the next time you’re in a commercial airplane and cruising around 30,000 feet altitude, take a look out the window and note what you see. When I looked, I saw some clouds, large patches of land, commonly enough a mountain range. The fact of the matter is when at 30,000 feet you’re too high up to see much of anything with any definiteness.

Now, if you were to take a helicopter to a 1,000-foot view and you will be able to clearly recognize what you’re looking at, with the benefit of seeing it from a higher and new perspective. This is why this masterclass is called the 1,000 Foot View because 30,000 feet won’t provide you much detail but at 1,000…you are in for a nice clear image!

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Masterclass Outline

Narrow your focus and find clarity: Research exercise.
Figure out who YOU are: Identify yourself.
Start to schedule your daily routine: Clarify your ideal workday.
Financial planning basics: Set your financial goals & determine how to reach them.
Plan for balance: Plan your business as thoroughly as possible.

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Woman in Yellow shirt thinking about a different perspective of her business - 1000 foot view masterclass

The 1,000 Foot View Masterclass:

5 Lessons

  1. Narrow your focus and find clarity.

  2. Figure out who YOU are.

    Give yourself a title.

  3. Plan and Start to schedule your daily routine.

  4. Set your financial planning basics.

  5. Plan for balance.

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