At the time of starting a new business and when learning new skills, they need a place to go where they can find answers to their immediate questions.
(PRWEB) December 12, 2006
What all new business owners need are, a coach, access to experts and a community. Unfortunately these are usually the very things they can't afford. International business coach Krissy Jackson sees how this negatively impacts the start up success rates of companies all the time while working privately with individuals in her business success coaching practice, and publicly, as a moderator for "Entrepreneurs Playground" on Xing, "Kick Start Your Business Online" on Ryze, and Virtual Community tele-class facilitator for the International Coach Federation.
"New business owners often suffer from information overload," she says, "they don't know how much they need to know and which direction would be the most valuable path for them."
"At the time of starting a new business and when learning new skills, they need a place to go where they can find answers to their immediate questions."
Her company Laughing Kiwi Enterprises is launching a members only interactive online community on the 1st of January 2007. Here new business owners can work with Jackson, a panel of experts and other new entrepreneurs for less than $250 per year.
Members of this new online community can kick start 2007 by clarifying their personal vision of business success and then start to create an effective path towards their newly formed business goals.
By being part of a business community new entrepreneurs have support and dramatically reduce fears of risks real or perceived in their business development. This helps them move forward much more quickly.
An online community also solves the problem of isolation, one of the most difficult issues faced by home based business owners. When they have a community where they "fit in", they are able to share, to get reassurance and support.
Jackson says, by being a part of such a community small business owners are helped to see their great potential, self confidence is increased as they are helped by, and can in turn help others. Having people to go to with their business trials and tribulations is something that can be "make or break" for a new business owner who has little, or no support from family and friends.
When a new business owner is ready to
- develop clarity and focus around their business goals
- overcome self imposed and external road blocks
- develop and grow their small businesses
- have support from a network of peers
- learn proven marketing techniques
- and develop a web presence…
The Laughing Kiwi Online Business Building Network is an essential resource.