If you consistently work on your business, you’ll see a gradual growth quarter over quarter. This will go on until you reach a point where either: ● You’ve grown so much that you’re struggling to keep up with customer demands. ● Your growth has plateaued. Planning for future growth is crucial for any online business.
You’ve launched your business, created your website, and opened your digital doors... so, where are all your customers? No matter how beautiful and functional your site is, you can’t gain traction and build a successful business if no one knows about it. Sure, you can craft a few social media posts and create some flyers,
Everyone has ideas — big ones, small ones, great ones, and yes, terrible ones, too. (Remember that time you had the idea to cut your own bangs and shave your eyebrows off in the 3rd grade? Just me?) While hair grows back and you can recover from a bad idea like that pretty quickly, it’s
In a recent survey of 1,200 global business managers, 54 percent reported spending more than 30 percent of their time on decision-making. In the C-suite, 14 percent of executives said they dedicate more than 70 percent of their time to making decisions. Yet, for all that time set aside, 61 percent of managers admitted that
Stop and take in your surroundings. Are you seated at your desk with a cup of coffee, pens, and papers splayed about you? Are you outside, reading this post from your mobile phone while a plane flies overhead? What do all of these things — the cup of coffee, pens, and planes have in common?