If you already know that your proposed product or services will be a phenomenal seller, you need read no further.
On the other hand, if you would like some confirmation, you might consider asking yourself the following questions:
1. Who is your intended customer?
2. What customer need, desire or problem will be solved by your product?
3. Does […]
At the start of each new year, we tend to focus on how we can do things better.
Although most “resolutions” are personal, as business owners, it is appropriate to also see how our businesses can be improved.
So how did it go last year?
Great, well, or well enough?
Did your sales increase? Did you attract new customers?
I have a personal credo: “Thriving is more fun than failure”.
In the context of being an entrepreneur, the real question is “how do you get your new or existing business to thrive”?
The simple answer is that in order for “it” to thrive, The Entrepreneur/Owner should be doing only those tasks that we have both the […]
You probably started your business with great expectations.
You believed (or were told) that you were the right person, with the right service or product – and off you went.
So, how’s it working out?
The truth for many small business owners is that you’ve probably been struggling for a long time.
Sure there are:
• New Competitors
• Regulatory changes
Every great business starts with a great idea.
That idea need not be innovative. Many great products are improvements on existing technology or practices.
So why do a vast majority of these “new or improved” ideas fail to become viable and sustainable businesses?
Ignoring preemptive competition and government regulation, there are two primary reasons:
1. Failure to economically and […]
When you are in business, every sale is important.
So, at one level, you might say that one sale is the same as any another.
Conversely, rather than just selling “whatever” to “whomever”, you may have developed both a Strategic and a Tactical Plan to guide and execute your business.
In this case, the real question is: “How […]