Running your business can feel like riding a roller coaster – and every entrepreneur goes through plenty of ups and downs along the way.
Hiring is one of the most important responsibilities that you have as the leader in your organization. Your business is built around your people – it’s your people who serve your customers, live out your company culture, and keep your business moving forward on a daily basis.
We live in an entertainment-driven world. Entertainment is easier to access than ever, and there are more options to choose from. This presents a problem for business owners who are competing for the attention of their customers, clients, and prospective customers.
As a business owner, your employees are among your most valuable assets. That’s why it’s so important that you develop strong, effective, cohesive teams.
Most business owners don’t think of the experience they create for their clients and customers as a part of their marketing – but it is.
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You paid good money to have a sharp, modern website that is guaranteed to impress even the most discerning visitor.…
Even if your company is small, possibly only you and a partner, teamwork is the foundation of longterm success. So…
One of the keys for a successful business is to develop the ability to charge prices that are higher than your competition and still make sales. Without this ability, you’ll be forced to keep your prices rock-bottom, and you’ll be forced to lower them further each time a competitor undercuts you.
So how can you charge higher prices and still bring in customers? The key is providing value above and beyond that which is provided by your competitors. Here are four ways to do this.
The sales process can be complicated. Yet, I’m always amazed by how many business owners screw up the simple things – like following up on sales leads. Many leads are thrown to the wayside by business owners who think that a prospect, who isn’t ready to commit immediately, is no longer worth pursuing.
Yes, a percentage of your leads will be ready to shake hands and pull out their checkbook immediately. And a percentage of them will come to the conclusion that your products or services are not a good fit.