“Don’t work at what other people play at.” —Tony Robbins
My business partner and I had a great experience that got me thinking about the strength of collaboration with people from different businesses.
Often we take time to collaborate within our organization—but how often do we take the time to share ideas with people from different organizations?
All it takes is the willingness to share what you’re good at with another business to generate movement and growth for both parties. And it only costs you time.
The Extraordinary Businesswoman’s focus is sharing how doing ‘inner work’ has a direct impact on what we do in our professional lives. We do this through writing blog posts, coaching, and an online course that we’re about to launch. And it so happens that we have some friends who own a marketing company—and they’re great at what they do. They create amazing campaigns and know exactly what their clients need.
When we met with them recently, we reviewed their strategies for growth and looking at what they’re working on. Then we shared our feedback on their objectives. We spent the rest of the day on our promotion for the e-course. They looked at our marketing campaign and gave us incredible insight.
The exchange was invaluable, and here’s 3 reasons why.