What does your effortless business look like? You have carefully crafted the Journeys that you, your customers and your team take through your business. You have put the essential eleven algorithms in place. What to know more? Get the YEB Guide here. Your Effortless Business Guide Want to take it deeper? Get the free e-course […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I love this post by Todd Herman. If you are in business, I suggest you check it out to clarify what stage you are in and what you should be focused on in that stage. The Five Stages of Business Growth Here is why I love it: First: it is a pillar post A pillar […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Many business owners resist putting systems in place because there is just too much going on and they can’t see how systems can even stay intact. let alone help with emergency situations. And there are always emergency situations. How to deal When I was a construction manager, my crews would come into my office and […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Every business has a core focus. It’s not dependent on industry, type of business or where it is. It comes from the leadership. Your core focus is either on people, product or business model. You will attract your best customers by being true to your focus. Your language, your forward face and your stories must […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Here’s how to make sampling work to get more customers for you
Even among experts there isn’t a clear answer as to why some businesses thrive while similar businesses struggle. It’s easy to see why a business is thriving. You can point to the great product/solution they deliver, the big group of raving fans and the robust business practices. But not so easy to pinpoint why a […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on There are 2 types of businesses: those that are struggling and those that aren’t
Creating systems is the last step of 7 in making your business easier and more profitable. That’s because it makes sense to have your business working the way you want it to before you start ‘locking in’ the way to do it. Of course, you can create systems for any part of your life and […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on 8 steps to creating systems
Why Great Customers are so important You’ve heard of the Pareto Principle. Applied here, we can say that 20% of your customers bring you 80% of your revenue. For that matter, 20% of your customers cost you 80% of your marketing and service budget. And they are rarely the same customers. What if you […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Stop Struggling: Get Great Customers