Unless you take the time examine your profitability, you may have a problem and not even know it.
Learn practical steps to refocus your organization and change its cultural habits.
I developed the business philosophy of treating clients the way I treat my best friends. Here’s how to put this philosophy in action:
Do what lots of business owners don’t take the time to do; figure out what your core values are and then see how you can put those values into action every day as you build your business. It works.
There is one thing, however, that no bad economy, lousy boss, toxic workplace or technology shift can affect: your core talents. And it is these talents that will determine your success as a small business owner or solopreneur. Alas, many people haven’t even taken the time to analyze what their core talents are and, as a result, aren’t leveraging their value in their businesses.