So how does this compare to running an RTO business?
When I coach my clients, often they use me as a sounding board to share their frustrations and concerns about their staff, clients, students, finances and circumstances.
Then once that's done (and downloading/venting is key to solving problems), we work through whether it's best for the RTO to maintain momentum or to disrupt the flow to ensure the overall goals and priorities are achieved.
And this can often be a hard and lonely place – but one that's essential for business success.
So what hard decision do you need to make; for the betterment of yourself, your team, your RTO which you have been putting off?And here's my final thought:Whatever course you decide upon, there is always someone to tell you that you are wrong. There are always difficulties arising which tempt you to believe that your critics are right. To map out a course of action and follow it to an end requires courage.Ralph Waldo Emerson
In life and in business, you can't please everyone all the time so here's my challenge to you:What's the one thing which needs to be disrupted or maintained in your RTO so you and your team can work normal hours, be less stressed and frustrated AND increase the bottom line (aka the Dream)?
Once you've made this decision and acted upon it, please congratulate yourself because not everyone is willing, or sometimes able, to do this; often unfortunately to the detriment of themselves and their RTO.P.S.
I hope you'll be joining me on my next vetr and Skills Education webinar
on 23rd July where I'll be sharing why the 'S' word is essential to your RTO's success.
Dedicated to making your RTO life easierTamara