Uncertainty is the new norm. There is a feeling of uncertainty all around us. We live in uncertain times. The key question is what to do about it. Do you bury your head in the sand and moan woe is me? Or, do you control what you can control and take positive action? In this article, we look at a few of the things you can do to influence growth for you and for your business.
Look at yourself in the mirror. Are you making excuses for your lack of growth? You could be falling into a trap. Your competitors won’t let outside issues distract them from growing their business. They’re out there trying to generate new business and to grab market share. And, they’re targeting your most valuable customers. Read our blog for more.
It’s hard being a small business owner. It can come with all manner of stresses and challenges. Often, setting up a business is the result of a long-held ambition. In other cases, it’s due to a necessity following redundancy or some other circumstance. Whatever prompted you to kick start your own enterprise. you need to learn to ride the roller coaster that is trying to grow your own business. There are inevitable highs and lows. Check out our blog for essential tips for survival.
How do you ensure that your sales grow and you generate the level of profitability your business needs? In this blog, we look at the five key activities upon which you need to focus in order to both propel your sales and build your profitability.
Business people need to get used to change and uncertainty. If you’re in business and you expect it to be calm waters all the way to your destination, you’ll probably be disappointed. Uncertainty is always present. Change could be political, economic, technological or social. The only thing you can do is to plan for change, adapt to it when it comes and control what you can. Nothing is forever. Read our blog for more.
Do you know how to grow your business? Or, to some extent, do you leave it to chance. It’s important to be a driver not a passenger in your business. Competition is always present and things change. So, if you stand still, the reality is that you may fall behind the pace. Check out our blog for tips on how you can take control.