With the week beginning January 6 2014, the first full week of the New Year and probably starting a new workweek, it is time to begin anew as small business, entrepreneur, or author.
Time to begin re-evaluating what worked, and did not in 2013 for your business.
When was the last time you looked at your business plan?
When was the last time you looked at your marketing plan?
When was the last time you looked at you social media strategy?
When was the last time you re-evaluated your Internet platform?
In 2013, how often to you revisit the above. At a minimum, you should at least ever six-months. You must also be flexible to changes in the economy, social media, ROI, and any factors that may affect your business.
Has your reason for starting a business changed? What about your business outlook. As you move forward in 2014, still working with the same assumptions of 2013 is not going to help your business grow.
A business like an automobile has to be driven, in order to get results.” — B.C. Forbes
Without the latest results, how can you drive your business forward?
Have you ever set up a business plan for your business?
There is enormous amount of consideration, information, and strategies needed before beginning any business if it is to succeed. Failure in the beginning, your business is doomed to failure.
It is all about knowing how your business is functioning that explains to the business owner what needs tweaking to move forward. If you have no results, or some way of looking at them and being able to adjust, how are you going to grow the business?
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