Tag: Business

5 Signs Your Business Might Continue to Remain Mediocre in 2020

5 Signs Your Business Might Continue to Remain Mediocre in 2020

One of the biggest things that stifles promising Businesses from optimal performance is Mediocrity. What is mediocrity in business? It is when a comp has the potential for so much more but is under-performing. A mediocre company is one that is being less than it can be. It is being average at best or at the bottom of the pyramid…

Researching your Customers saves you Money

Researching your Customers saves you Money

Every successful business requires three things: – something of value that they will like to exchange for money – customers who buy from them – satisfied and happy customers who return to the business One thing that is usually not considered by many business owners, though, is that customers’ requirements change as their needs alter. The core need may not…

The Need for Clarity in your Business

The Need for Clarity in your Business

What are you known for? How much money will you make this month? Why exactly are you in the business you are in? Would you do this even if you didn’t get paid for it? What do you want your business to achieve for you by the end of the year? If you’re answering these questions with “erm…”, “urg…”, “hmm…”…

The one big ‘secret’ to making easy money

The one big ‘secret’ to making easy money

Are you ready for this? The secret is ‘None.’ There’s no such thing as ‘easy money.’ However, there is such a thing as the mindset of a millionaire. A millionaire understands that he/she needs to work hard and smart to make money. A millionaire understands that he needs to have absolute clarity about what he/she wants. A millionaire understands that…

Matching your Business offerings to your Customers’ Needs

Matching your Business offerings to your Customers’ Needs

It’s a great start to a new month and I’m pretty excited about what’s in store. Let’s talk about why some businesses fail and others succeed. Thousands of new businesses are introduced each year yet a significant number of them fail? Statistics puts the estimated figure somewhere between 30 – 50%. However, this doesn’t have to be the case. One…