An average day in the life of a small business typically consists of hours of hard work, problem solving, and dreaming big. Oh, and the guarantee that at least one meeting will slice your productivity in half. Arm yourself and reduce meetings with my three mighty questions. By the power of Crenshaw…you have the power!
Love ’em or hate ’em, small business budgets are a vital part of your success. Much like traffic signs, they’re put in place to guide you from risk, keep you on the right path, and bring you safely to your goals. So why do so many entrepreneurs ignore them? Join me for a brief 76 … Continue reading “Business Budgets Aren’t a Good Idea – They’re a Necessity”
Entrepreneurs are often idea-generating machines. That’s why so many small business owners (mistakenly) believe that expanding their product or service line is a steady solution to grow profit. Pause with me for a brief 90 seconds to find out why proliferating your products or services could have a destructive effect on your bottom line. Let’s … Continue reading “How to Grow Profit in Your Business with Less Effort”
Entrepreneurs have a tendency to lose focus–especially when it comes to the performance of their small business. Too much information can impair your vision, distracting you from what really matters. That’s why today’s short and sweet slice is focused on one thing: the one most valuable thing indicating your small business success. It’s probably not … Continue reading “The 1 Number Every Business Should Measure”
Overprotective entrepreneurs are those folks who can’t let anyone other than themselves complete important day-to-day tasks. When you’re that tangled up inside your small business, it makes it hard for anything or anyone to grow. That’s why this quick tip tells you how to exit a small business by loosening your grip and sharing responsibility. Time to set your … Continue reading “How to Exit Your Small Business and Stop Being Overprotective”