Stepping back to look at the big picture is a must for clarity and success in small business development. In these articles, we cover the business of doing business; tools for knowing your customers, ways to thank your clients, and the best ways to keep momentum in your small business development.
The difference between those who are successful and those who are not is goals. If you believe in your vision, then you should be able to clearly state (on paper) what that vision is. Read on for a step-by-step process and goal setting worksheet. Looking back, I can say that on top of everything else, last year was the first year I felt truly successful in my small business. After years of relentless work, I finally smashed through several seemingly impossible barriers. For the first time ever, I made more than I had hoped, doubled monthly billings and wrote myself a decent-sized paycheck on a regular basis. I feel amazing and optimistic for this next year
Like many small business owners, I’ve been trying to wear too many hats. I bet you are, too. Ask yourself these 3 questions to see if it's time to let some go.
Between our work and personal lives, we wear a lot of hats. Sometimes it can get overwhelming. If you're doing your own small business marketing, here are 3 signs that you might need outside help.