Business Owner Newsletter - Page 6
Are you committing to too much? As a business owner there’s no shortage of work that needs to be done. You see it. You feel the pain and frustration of not having some of that work done. And you probably see the lost opportunities that you could be chasing if...Read More about Have you committed to too much?
No one could have predicted what 2020 was going to mean to small business owners. It was a year of unprecedented problems to solve. Many business owners were forced to shut their doors. Some permanently. Above all, what we saw was what small business owners do best. They showed up....Read More about Thank You To Small Business Owners
2020 is a year most business owners are glad to put to rest. This has been a year of unprecedented challenges for some but great opportunities for others. One common theme emerged from the lessons of a worldwide pandemic: businesses that had strategies, best practices and structures in place were...Read More about Are You Ready for 2021?
Another meeting? Especially right now in the year of virtual meetings we’ve heard a lot about meeting fatigue. Meetings often get a bad reputation. We’ve all sat through meetings that could have been an email. Or meetings that get off track. Or meetings that are hard to stay awake in....Read More about Are Your Meetings Always Productive?
We often hear from small business owners that they want their team to feel that their job is more than a paycheck. They want them to care about the work they do. To take pride in the quality of work and the success of the company. Take a moment and...Read More about Is Your Team Connected To Your Results?
Customer Service. It’s two words that pack a lot of meaning. Many small businesses pride themselves on providing great service. In fact, it’s what they promise and how they try to stand out from the competition. Yet, even when promising amazing customer service, your business could still mess up or...Read More about Use Customer Service Correctly To Mitigate Tension
When business owners start to discuss growing their business, it’s often a conversation about sales and marketing. Which means it becomes about lead generation. However, there’s a previous conversation that many business owners need to have before they start to focus on growth and lead generation. That conversation is one...Read More about Use Turn-Key Training To Make Your Business Scalable
2020 will be known as a year we didn’t see coming. Business owners had to adapt at a fast pace in order to thrive or even sometimes survive this year. What we know is that the businesses that had a clear vision found the process of adapting to be easier...Read More about Preparing For The Unexpected
In many small businesses training takes a backseat to day-to-day functions. In some ways, it makes sense, there’s a lot to be accomplished and resources are limited. Therefore, training is easy to push to the bottom of your to-do list. However, a lack of training can cause frustrations and unneeded...Read More about Do You Have a Training Issue in your Business?
Imagine that you’re about to sit down with someone to have an important conversation. Perhaps you’re sitting down to get a yes from a prospect. Or, you’re sitting down with a client who is unhappy with the service they received. It might even be a conversation with an employee who...Read More about How DiSC® Can Help You Have Better Conversations