Do you know what the biggest secret is to growing your business? When your business is small it’s easy to make sure that you deliver on all your promises, but when you start to grow the challenge is to keep control. If you do, growth is easy. If you don’t, you’ll always struggle.
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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BQ The 7 Big Questions for business owners who want to build Beautiful Businesses and Lives
Most business owners will come face to face with each of The 7 Big Questions of Small Business at some stage on their quest to Discover and Build a Beautiful Business and Life. If you haven’t faced all of them yet, you will, I promise you.
How do you keep delivering consistent quality and reliability, day in day out, even when your business doubles and triples?
Let’s say someone wanted to help you get more clients and they had a database 6000 small business owners. How can such a person go about identifying those 5 to 10 perfect introductions for you from amongst the database of 6000?
I’m told all the time, that banks are impossible these days, they’ll only loan you money when you don’t need it. A friend of mine recently had a bank tell him they’d be happy to loan him $50,000 if he were to put $50,000 in a term deposit first.
The Y+ Yoga Center in Shanghai, China had straws printed with a woman in yoga gear positioned right on the straw’s bendable region. Every time the straw bends, the yogoist shows off her flexibility in a new position.
Growth is irrelevant. I’m not sure who ever made growth such a focus in business, but he (and it’s guaranteed to be a he, btw) should have been strangled at birth.
The most successful growth strategy for your small business is found between your ears.
The competition is irrelevant. Most of them start up and fall over again (85% disappear in the first 5 years), because they don’t dot the I’s and cross the T’s. If anything your competitors effectively prepares the customers for you to get it right for them