Business leaders tend to measure success by numbers. How many sales did we close? By what percentage did we grow our revenue this year? Did we hit our profit margin number last month? As a result of this tendency, leaders act as if they are accountable to those numbers. We need to change this thinking.
In business, we need to avoid the trap of contentment. In many other areas of life, learning to be content is highly recommended, but not in business. Here we must constantly want to be and do better. If we get to the place where we feel like everything is just right and we are satisfied,
Every business wants to keep its customers. So why do we fail to set clear expectations? Why do we allow customers to have a vague understanding of what to expect from us and what not to expect from us? It is a recipe for disaster. Several things can happen. The customer gets frustrated with us
It might sound extreme to say that you should work on your business every day, but if you own a business, especially a new one, it needs your constant attention. Even if on some days the attention is a moment here or there, that attention is vital. A business ignored is a dying business. So,
In business aiming for a big splash vs. a lasting impact makes all the difference in whether your business grows and is successful. Often we opt for the big splash when a lasting impact is the right choice. Imagine that you want to displace all the water out of a pond, and your only options