Inspirational and Empowering Child Care Business Owners To Build Successful Child Care Businesses

One of the questions that I always ask child care business owners that may have low enrollment is this:

Do you market your business online?” The answer that I usually get is this: ” I dont have time to market my business online.”

As a Child Care Business Owner, Business Coach and a Author, I plan to market my business online everyday. In fact, I know that online marketing is the top way that families will find your Child Care Business Online.

So I want to encourage you to no longer say that you dont have the time to market your Business online. In stead, I want to encourage you to say this, “ I am going to find the time to market my Child Care Business Online, because my success depends on it.”

If you have a Facebook page or a Instagram account for your Child Care Business, I want to challenge you to post daily and start building your brand online!

I am writing a new book titled: The Online Marketng Guide for the Business of Child Care. I want to invite you to subscribe to my book updates or follow along as I write the book right here on my Blog.

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Keep Marketing Your Business Online and Keep Growing!

Shiketa

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As I write this blog post, I’m reflecting on the life of Dr.Martin Luther King. Every year I close my childcare business in honor of Dr.King.

Dr.King had a big Dream that I believe was A God given Dream for this world and that Dream is:

I still have a dream, a dream deeply rooted in the American dream – one day this nation will rise up and live up to its creed, ‘We hold these truths to be self evident: that all men are created equal.” -Dr.Martin Luther King

As I read that Dream, I believe that dream is still manifesting over 50 years later. So as you can see, some dreams take years to manifest and some dreams manifest in a very short time frame.

In other words, the bigger the dream, the longer it may take to become a reality.

I can remember having a dream to have a large location that provided care for all age groups; infants, toddlers, preschoolers and schoolagers.

It took almost 10 years to get that dream location and it was worth the wait.

Today I have a dream to open a location in Atlanta, Georgia. I moved here 2 years ago and I have been looking for that perfect location. In fact, I have decided that no matter how long it takes to get that dream location, I’m going to be patient and get prepared for the dream.

With all that in mind, I want to ask you several questions: What is your dream for your business? Do you dream of opening a center? Do you dream of having multiple locations?

Whatever your dream is, I want to encourage you to do the following:

  1. Write down your dream
  2. Get prepared for the dream.
  3. Be patient.
  4. Don’t rush the process.
  5. Keep your dream in your heart.
  6. Share your dream, because what you talk about you bring about.
  7. Get wisdom and seek counsel as you prepare for the dream.

Keep Dreaming Big For your Child Care Business and start getting ready now!

Shiketa Morgan

If you have a dream to expand, contact me for a coaching session.

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