James Short talks about the different ways we can measure success besides money.
Developing your team members’ individual strengths not only shows your dedication and concern for the company’s future but also shows them their value and the importance of their roles within the company. It helps boost their confidence and drives them to become the best versions of themselves. You get all the pros without the cons. With that said, how do you develop your team members’ strengths? How do drive them to become the best?
Growing your business means competing with other businesses and as you already know, the competition is fierce. All of you are trying to take a piece of the market share and there isn’t enough to go around. The pressure and stress that comes with growing a business can be so overwhelming that some just plain give up while others kept on going through sheer willpower. Those that do are rewarded with either business success or gained new experience to try again. It’s a win-win situation if you ask me.
As an entrepreneur, what does it take to gain the consumer’s trust? Or better yet, what does it take to gain customer loyalty? Is it providing the best product in the market? Or how about providing top-notch customer support? Both are correct, however, there is one more thing that is sometimes overlooked. A company’s corporate accountability.
We are all familiar with the phrase “Promises are meant to be broken.” We have heard it countless times before that it has become the norm for most of us. However, it has no place in your personal life as well as in business. Especially when running a company where you are not only risking […]
Setting goals for the next 10 years is daunting and from what we have learned from the past year, life will throw a curveball at you which can mess up your plans. Take it one year at a time. Start setting up goals for the current year before moving on to the next. This will not only ensure that you will not be overwhelmed with too many goals but will also ensure that you will accomplish most of them by the end of the year.
Just because 2020 is behind us does not mean that its effects are no longer being felt. Businesses, both big and small, are still trying to get back on their feet. Small and medium-sized businesses are still trying to stay in operation even with reduced staff and resources. Big businesses are still trying to recoup […]
I already talked about this in the previous article but I feel that there is just so much more to talk about. So here it is. A follow up to the last article so you will be more properly prepared for this year.
Despite the pandemic, the holiday season will always be a busy time for both your business and personal lives. There is no way around it unless you completely ignore all the traditions associated with it and just focus strictly on business. In short, become like Ebenezer Scrooge. Again, no one wants to be that guy. You have to strike a balance. Enjoying the festivities yet still preparing your business for the coming year. Make it easier on yourself this year by checking out these tips on how to prepare.
How often did you assess your business’ performance this year? Do you do weekly, monthly or quarterly reviews? I will bet that you are at least doing quarterly reviews. With that said, how often do you self-reflect? With how busy things are, I’ll not be surprised if you answered never. With the coming of the new year, it’s time to change things up. Let’s look at the different benefits self-reflection can do for you professionally and personally.