Business Success

Business success doesn’t happen by chance, it requires planning, purpose, determination and personal balance.

1) Learn to delegate – It’s very easy to try and do everything ourselves and then wonder why you are so tired and frazzled by the end of the day. Let someone else do some of the tasks for a change. Delegation is the key to a healthy business and a healthy, happy you.

2) Promote your business – if you want to attract new clients. You have to make promotion a priority. Too often the task of promoting a business or practice slips to the bottom of the to-do list.

3) Set aside a certain number of hours each week to devote to promotional activities.

4) The importance of a plan – is vital if you want a healthy and growing business. The planning process allows you to take stock, set goals and implement activities that will generate business income and introduce efficient business practices and systems.

5) Set aside time each week to review your plans and if necessary adjust your activities accordingly. This will help to avoid costly mistakes and to stay on track. You will feel more focused and relaxed.

6) Setting realistic goals – is an important habit that will lead to success. Unrealistic dreams and goals that are so far out of reach only lead to frustration.

7) Learn something new – it doesn’t have to relate directly to your business but learning something new will add to your skills and add a new dimension of interest to your life.

8) The power of networking – is acknowledged as being important to raising the image and profile of your business. There’s nothing like talking to other business people for sparking ideas, refining old ones, and making contacts.

9) Give to your community – there are a number organisations that make a difference in your community. Select an organisation and contribute what you can – be a mentor, volunteer, or financially support the groups in your community that try to make the place you live a better place.

10) Make time for you - to recharge your batteries. All work and no play is a recipe for disaster. If you don’t find the time to invest in your personal well being, who will?

11) Replace it or get a new one – if there is a piece of equipment in your office that’s not working properly or outdated and inefficient. Stop putting off those purchases (including the employment of additional staff) that will lighten the load and make your life easier.

12) If it’s broken, don’t fix it – if a technique, system or business relationship just isn’t working for you, don’t invest a lot of energy into trying to make it work. Move on.

If you require any further information or assistance, please contact David Maynard. David and his team whave the GENUINE expertise and experience to guide you through the hoops and hurdles.

(source Professional Investment Services)

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