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Intentional Business Growth | Rondle Dines

The Leadership Circle
September 02, 20223 min read

Meet Rondle Dines

Rondle has been in sales for 16 years, She has sold cars, oil, and solar. Cold calling and appointment setting have been her specialty. Now as a LinkedIn Ads Manager, she combines her knowledge of sales, social media, and software to help her amazing clients build their audience and connect with more of their ideal clients for greater success than ever. She now enjoys flexibility and job satisfaction unlike anything she has ever done before. Rondle is the manager you can depend on to get things done.

Here’s a look inside this episode…

Entrepreneurship is all about growth. From the moment you start your business, you're constantly striving to grow and scale. And while there's nothing wrong with that, there comes a point where you need to be intentional about your growth. Not all growth is good growth, after all.

Experimenting

Experimentation is key in any business growth journey. You need to be constantly trying new things and testing what works and what doesn't. It is mission critical to keep an open mind and be willing to try new things. It's also important to have a clear vision of where you want to end up. This will help you stay focused and motivated when things get tough. Never give up. You will experience growth if you keep experimenting and finding what works for you.

Learning from Failures

As an entrepreneur, you are bound to experience failures at some point. It is important to learn from these failures so that you can improve your business practices. When you experience failure, acknowledge it. Be honest with yourself about where you went wrong. Analyze your failures. Take some time to examine what went wrong and why. This will help you to identify areas that need improvement. Then, form a plan for how to avoid those failures in the future and take action!

Staying Committed

Commitment means showing up. It means showing up for yourself and for your business, even when you don't feel like it. It means being consistent and persistent. We try to overcomplicated this by insisting that success is achieved by mastering so many other things – but sometimes, it really as simple as just showing up. Every. Single. Day.

Defining the Ultimate Vision

When it comes to being an entrepreneur, one of the most important things you can do is to make sure that the decisions you are making today are in line with your ultimate vision. Do you even know your ultimate vision? If not, now is the time to take some time to figure that out. Once you know what you want to achieve, you can start making decisions that fit into your goals. Intentionally make those decisions so that you can build the business you want to build – and the lifestyle you want to create. Get clear on what you want and then start making decisions accordingly. Your future self will thank you for it!

Surviving vs Thriving

Surviving is not all that’s available to you. In fact, it is important to remember that thriving is not a thought, it is a decision – and it’s one you need to make every day. When you make the decision to thrive, you open yourself up to new possibilities and opportunities. When you decide to thrive, you can achieve your goals and reach your full potential.


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Rondle Dines

Rondle has been in sales for 16 years, She has sold cars, oil, and solar. Cold calling and appointment setting have been her specialty. Now as a LinkedIn Ads Manager, she combines her knowledge of sales, social media, and software to help her amazing clients build their audience and connect with more of their ideal clients for greater success than ever. She now enjoys flexibility and job satisfaction unlike anything she has ever done before. Rondle is the manager you can depend on to get things done.

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