Here's How to Plan a Strategy for Your Small BusinessMar 31, 2018
"A few hours of strategic planning now will save you hundreds of hours of wasted time in the months and years to come. Yes, really!"
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What is strategy exactly? Do I really need one? Is it worth my time?
Does your business have a well thought out, documented business strategy? No, not a business plan. That's different. A real strategy that you and your team use as your weekly roadmap. What's your answer?
- A. Yes = 10 Points! There may be a corporate helicopter in your future! (see below)
- B. No = Do not pass GO. Do not collect $100. Read this!
- C. Sort of = Same as B
Running a small business can be an all-consuming task. But just because you have a to-do list that’s longer than War and Peace, doesn’t mean you can afford to skip the important step of creating a growth strategy.
If you think you don’t have time to create a strategy, consider this: A few hours of strategic planning now will save you hundreds of hours of wasted time in the months and years to come. Yes, really!
Your Strategy exists to keep you focused on the right things, and if growth is your goal, having a clear business strategy will help you avoid wrong turns and generate more profits so that you can hire people to help you with that to-do list instead of slowly drowning under it by yourself. "But what exactly goes into a Strategy and how do I create one?", you might ask.
Heres How to Plan a Strategy for Your Small Business.
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