Verona, WI (PRWEB) June 18, 2008
It's a distressingly common sentiment among business owners: the business they were once so passionate about now feels more like a dreaded chore. Exhausted, disillusioned and spread thin as they are, they just accept the conventional wisdom that "nobody really loves their business."
Like trouble with personal relationships, when the passion goes out of your business it helps to step back, evaluate the problems and decide what to do to get back on track.
So says Dana Zurbuchen of DanaZurbuchen.com. And, according to Zurbuchen, the first step for getting back on track is believing that your business can make money and make you happy at the same time.
It's a common sentiment among business owners: the business they were once so passionate about now feels more like a dreaded chore. Exhausted, disillusioned and spread thin as they are, they just accept the conventional wisdom that "nobody really loves their business."
"Often, the problems are simply a result of growing too fast without a plan for how their role fits into the larger business," says Zurbuchen, a professional consultant and coach who specializes in helping business owners fall in love with their business again. She adds that lack of dedication is not the issue.
"Most business owners are fully committed to their business. They've just been overwhelmed and frustrated for so long - with no idea how to get the excitement back. They need help."
Now, help comes in the form of a free telephone seminar (or teleseminar) called "Five Easy Ways to Renew Your Relationship With Your Business."
During the call Zurbuchen will share simple steps for putting the spark back in your business including how to shift your business from what it is to what you want it to be. She'll also reveal details about her new e-coaching program, "Fall in Love With Your Business Again."
To learn more about the free teleseminar, go to http://snipurl.com/fiveeasyways