BQ Business Growth
The first of the 7 Big Questions: How can I Grow My Business? All the most important strategies in business that work together to create sustainable business growth on one page: Marketing, Planning, Customers, Online Marketing, Purpose, Innovation, People, Systemisation
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, grow your business
, how do I grow my business
SBRS Big Pain of Small Business
Thank you for coming along to help me out, with my research project: The Big Pain Points of Small Business. Your 10 minutes will really help.
Have you asked yourself the big question of business? Do you know what the biggest question of all is in business? You should you know, life will never be the same again if you ask yourself the question.
I believe that effective business coaching and development programs should focus as much on the person of the business owner, as they are on the mechanics of business. As a Business-Life Coach, therefore I want to help you become the very strongest foundation for your business you can be.
Right now is the best opportunity you’ll ever have to create the future you’ve been dreaming of and the longer you keep doing what you’re doing, the harder you’ll find it to get moving.
The most successful growth strategy for your small business is found between your ears.
Make sure you allow space and time for the good stuff
Maurice explains how he went from being passionate about solar energy and bicycles to building a specialised business selling electric bikes and then learning how to become completely hands off in the management of the business when he leaves the country.
Fun in business is not one of the success factors we learn about in MBA schools, but I can assure you it matters more than anything else, more than profit or cash or sales or leadership or staff or anything else.
I wasn’t even really aware of the concept of a business coach. When I first heard of it, it seemed like an indulgent concept for people who can’t get their act together.