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June 30, 2022 at 6:04 pm #12024robbinz62580Guest
One untold fact in the process of selling a business is that there’s going to be behind the scene politicking; whether you like it or not. After putting up your small business for site [club4x4.ru] sale, there might be a couple of prospects; which will invariably result to a bidding frenzy and behind the scene lobbying.
Take action! Taking action is vital. I see so many aspiring business owners who attend seminars, read books, attend networking events and even claim to be a business owner. The one thing they are lacking is action. All the planning in the world isn’t going to mean anything if you don’t take action preferably massive action. Growing a small business doesn’t happen over night. If there is no action it’s never going to happen.
Who really likes to read long sales page text when they can watch a shorter video which conveys the same message? Video enables you to attract a bigger audience.
Constantly self criticize. Analyze the efficiency of your website and its capacity to pull in potential clients. This should be done regularly, like a quarterly review. Ask a new comer to your website to give their opinion on how they find your website presentation. Follow where they go, what links they click on and how long they stay interested in each page.
Yet, somehow the self-talk of many business owners takes down their self-confidence. When life or business deals you a setback where do you go? If you don’t have confidence as your back up, you become timid and afraid. You don’t act to solve problems or overcome challenges.
A big part of success comes from having the right people working with you. You want to have people who are motivated, and not just doing the bare minimum. For this you need to take time to assemble your team based on stringent qualifications, and then treat them nicely and keep them motivated. Because if they see that they have a chance and a future with your company, they will most probably help you get to your goals faster with much less stress. When the right employee is treated properly, most likely he/she will go the extra mile for you every day.
Mitt Romney at least made a fortune in the private sector. I guess you could call his boutique firm, Bain Capital, a small business. But I bet he never swept the floor trying to save the money on a cleaning person. He may have built that fortune but it wasn’t with the proceeds of his house being mortgaged to the hilt to allow him to pursue that dream. He had contacts and referrals from his father and mother. Governor Romney went to Harvard Business School and Law School. He worked hard and diligently for everything he accomplished. But Mitt is certainly not one of the guys from the neighborhood who made good. I doubt he can understand what it is like to be sweating out collecting what is owed to you so you can pay your employees that week.
What’s your plan for getting customers? One of my coaches says the secret to business success is spending 85% of your time doing things that will lead to sales and 15% of your time doing everything else. You’ll need a marketing plan. How do you plan on attracting prospects and converting them to paying customers? Design your advertising to generate sales. Your advertising should always include an offer and an easy way for prospects to respond.