Webinar The 20 Most Important Questions In Business

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De fundamentele oorzaken van succes en falen zijn al eeuwen dezelfde – en om hier grip op te krijgen, moet je de juiste vragen stellen.

Hoewel het voor sommigen klinkt als een open deur – “je moet wel de juiste vragen stellen” – is het lastiger dan je denkt, maar ook meer helpend en meer (kosten- en moeite) besparend voor je business dan je voor mogelijk houdt.

In dit webinar deel ik 20 krachtige vragen waar je direct je voordeel mee kunt doen. Want het zijn de antwoorden op die vragen die je gaan helpen bij het maken van de JUISTE keuzes bij het succesvol groeien van je business.

Je vindt meer informatie en de voorbereidende vraag aan jou op de voorbereidingspagina

Volg hieronder de opname van het webinar van 14 mei 2014:

Nadat je het webinar hebt gevolgd, deel alsjeblieft in het commentaarveld onderaan deze pagina:

Wat zijn jouw belangrijkste inzichten en welke acties ga jij ondernemen als resultaat van dit webinar?

Door te delen vergroot je niet alleen je commitment om met het materiaal aan de slag te gaan… je maakt ook jouw kans van slagen groter… en je doet mij ook een heel groot plezier.

Kom na een tijdje weer eens terug om je resultaten te delen! Ik ben reuze benieuwd.

Op jouw succes,


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Monique de Neef
Monique de Neef
8 years ago

Hi Nisandeh,

Thanks a lot for this valuable webinar! It’s great to have all these kind of ‘working ON the business’ questions together.
And as always you give a lot of practical examples after the theory, so yes I loved watching this webinar!

I already implemented to block time every week, month, quarter and a week retreat every year, to answer these kind of questions and to measure my results. So it really helps me a lot to make a schedule to answer these questions and finding ways for improvement and leverage in my business.

A couple of days ago I had a Q&A with Michel and I talked about how I always like to start with the ‘end game’ in mind. So I really smiled when I heard you speaking about that.

What really had an impact on me were these 3 questions:

1. are you thinking BIG enough?
because that’s about the Goals, not about the Vision I learned. And I just loved your suggestion to multiply those goals by adding – at least – a zero.
The framework will indeed force me to look for new and better strategies. Not € 200.000,- as income this year, but € 2.000.000,-!

2. do you have the right people?
to be able to set BIG goals, I also need the people. I started with some assistants. And on my mind was finding a partner and a board of advisors. But I didn’t took action so far. Next action I’m going to take the next working on my business time is thinking about the criteria for my ideal partner and advisors. As well as combine that with the question ‘who is my rolemodel’, to become my mentor

3. does your business scale?
again this question is connected to the first question. I have to create a scalable business to reach my BIG goal! I’ll start with multiplying by 10 or 100, look for ways to leverage and smart use of content in multiple ways.

You have given me lots to think about! Great stuff for the next Q&A online or in the CoWorking too.

Warmest greetings,

Marijke Ott
8 years ago

Hi Nisandeh,

Thanks. That’s a lot of questions, but it keeps me sharp.
Sometimes I recognize and sometimes I wake up.

Best question for me nr 16 How do I clearly communicate my value proposition.
I can do it better.

What helps me also is that I feel that I’m not alone, and that there are strategies to help me.


Linda Goodings
8 years ago

Hi Nisandeh,

Thank you for the webinar!
The questions that give me the most insights (for now) were:

1.Who is your role model?
Well… you are one of them!
But now I also know who to work with that!
I’ll be watching you 🙂

(This is because my life purpose is in some way the same as yours
(teach and model about human potential) and you already doing that in your own way.)

And the second most valuable question was: What differentiates your product from the competition?
I would like to think that there was no competition because; we are all one.
But now I realize that I can reach my goals (make a difference in this world) by watching them…

So thank you again for your time and knowledge!
See you on the Business Bootcamp!

Best wishes,
Linda Goodings

Line Raaijen
Line Raaijen
8 years ago

Hi Nisandeh,

The most important question for me is #1 about passion.
I find it so hard to determine what my passion is.
Maybe it is so obvious that I can’t see it.

I really want to start my own business, but with what kind of service?

Kind regards, Line

Monique de Neef
Monique de Neef
8 years ago
Reply to  Line Raaijen

Hi Line,

I struggled with that too! And the pity was … it took a long time before really getting started.

Maybe these questions I asked myself can be of help for you:
But …. do this as step 3, see my list of 7 steps down below.


Do you have a vision on a certain subject or theme? Do you care about certain people a lot? Which of these creates a really profound feeling inside you?
Do people come to you for certain advice? If I wake you up in the middle of the night, what would you like to tell me or teach me?
If you look at your life, while ‘sitting on a mountain’ which topics or themes come back a lot?
If I would meet a friend of yours and I asked him or her: please describe Line for me in 4 key words, related to her business, what would he or she tell me?
how would you like to be recognized in just 1 word: Line is the best ‘X’. Which word comes up in your mind first.

Find a way to be creative while answering these questions: moodboard, writing, drawing, etc. At first it’s just a bunch of lots of pieces of the puzzle. Start making associations with words and images, which ones resonates with you, giving goose bumps.
And after some time, you’ll be able to connect the dots and see the pattern.

Just let go of the thought ‘I have to find the answers or to find my niche’, just enjoy the game. The answer is inside you already! And as I experienced: it was right in front of me all along. But I couldn’t see it because I was trying too hard doing things.

It’s like a cross. ‘Doing’ has had too much attention. You also need time for ‘Being’, I learned. The balance is essential.
Doing = Looking, Being = Seeing (at a deeper level).

All I had to do is (the 7 steps):
– stop and stand still
– clear my mind and feelings
– play the game (the questions in a creative way)
– connect the dots
– see the pattern
– decide
– start.

Hope this helps for you too!

Warmest greetings,

Van Hee Carine
8 years ago

Thanks again Nisandeh for sharing your knowledge with us.

The most important question for me tonight is :
Who is my role model?
The coming days I will be busy in trying to find this person that actually comes as close as possible.

The question I will put on the top of my list : How should I market my product. That should and will keep me busy for a while.

A question I did not hear is about happiness. I suppose that if I find an answer to the question: about what am I passionate..; that this will also bring that answer to what will make me happy, grow, enchanted…

thanks for sharing,


Angelique Piternella
Angelique Piternella
8 years ago

This webinar was very valuable to me. The most valuable question for me was: Do you have the right people? ( team-partners-advisors).

Erika Lunsche
8 years ago

Thanks for the questions. I will answer them.

The question about the role model puzzles me. I don’t have a role model, so I have to find one.

For now I like the webinar. This one is not about the content, but the questions put me at work.
Some questions take a lot of thinking. But that’s good to get a better business.

The technique is not yet perfect.
It frequently happened that the picture and sound froze briefly.
Thus, I do not hear some words. I was able to trace is, so I have not missed anything.

Thanks a lot,

Nisandeh Neta
8 years ago
Reply to  Erika Lunsche

Hi Erika,

In this context, a role-model is someone in your industry/niche/line of business that is doing really well…

There must be someone (or more)…

Hope that helps, Nisandeh

Marleen Deleu
Marleen Deleu
8 years ago

Thank you again for sharing your thoughts and insights with us!

I find all of these questions valuable, but question 7 ‘who is your role model’ is a true eye opener.

I will send an introduction email to one of my role models tomorrow asking him to become my mentor.

Next to that I will plan spare time in my agenda to start working on finding answers to some of the most important questions in the short term.

Conclusion: I learned a lot from this session and certainly was inspired to start implementing!

Regards, Marleen