I asked the man, “How much to repair it?” We ripped out the bar area in our home and needed to have the area carpeted. I had the carpet. He needed to install it and match it up with with the rest of the room. He gazed at the concrete floor. In less than five
Planning you business strategy is important. You need to know what you want to achieve, the paths you want to travel, how step along these paths, and how to keep and motivate the people who will help you down each path.
A business strategy encompasses a broad amount of information. It’s all the things you need to do behind the scenes to support your marketing strategy and keep operations running smooth. It’s all the things for planning and to keep your customer centered business running friction free.
Below are articles and tools (from most recent to oldest) to help you with your strategic business plans.
From among the many articles you’ll find topics about:
- Strategic planning and your business plan
- Business strategy development
- Customer satisfaction
- Positioning strategy
- Business management
- Business operations
- Product Strategy
- Strategy implementation
- Business Revenue Strategies
Read around. If you don’t find something about the business strategy you’re looking for, just contact me with your questions and I’ll do what I can to help.
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Marketing and selling come down to two fundamentals: psychology and math. The psychology piece is the sexy stuff. We love learning how our minds work and how it’s easily tricked. And, of course, how to use these to influence people. What may be more important is the math. The math tells you when the sexy
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Here are 4 questions to amplify the “why I want to achieve goal X” for next year. Take out a pen and paper, or open up a text document beside this and start answering these questions.
It’s time to start planning ways you can make 2013 your best year ever. Unless you’re on the Mayan, “end of the world” kick.
If not, we’re riding down a greased slide into 2013 and it’s time to start planning. These 3 questions will help you determine what you want, make sure it’s realistic, and how to overcome the obstacles
Elephants at a distance are tiny. You can look across the plain, over the green field of grass, and admire the peaceful, tiny elephants. You’re safe. They can’t hurt you. Right? The distance makes it safe. Then you notice the elephants are moving towards you. As they march closer, they become larger and larger. You