With everything going on in the world right now – particularly because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) – many employees are now having to work from home in order to make sure that business continues as well. For those who are not used to working remotely, the idea of trying to work from the comfort of your home can seem intimidating.
Running Your Business
I believe wholeheartedly in following up with customers. Many times, follow ups are the best way to create repeat business. It’s also a great way to check in on how you are doing and see if there’s anything you can improve upon. I’ve recently read some articles about about exactly this. Different people have different ideas on how much is “too much checking in”…
One of the best and easiest ways to make sure that you’re utilizing your marketing to its fullest is to make sure that you know the facts. If you’re blindly groping at social media and SEO – not knowing how to reach your target audience – or randomly trying new techniques to get people engaged, it ends up being a waste of resources, time, and money. However, if you know your audience, have discovered with tactics work best, and have your ducks in a row, you can make a huge difference in the way that you do business.
Whether I’m talking to business owners or an executive committee for a local organization, everyone is excited to hear what I have to say about how promotional marketing WILL boost the interest of their audience. Usually, though, folks tend to ask the same questions. So here I am, ready to answer some of the most common questions that I hear.
We are all looking to better ourselves in at least one area of our lives. Sometimes, though, we simply don’t know where to start. Maybe you want to expand your business, start hiring employees to help you out, or perhaps you’re looking to begin a new business venture…if you’re still struggling and need a push in the right direction – or maybe even just some accountability – then you may want to look into a business coach.
Three years ago, I did a post on “the demise of your New Year’s resolutions.” I used to think that one goal that takes all year – and usually doesn’t come to fruition for most people – was overrated. Instead, I would choose a specific goal to focus on for each month. However, over time, I’ve learned that maybe they’re not that bad after all. I mean, everyone needs goals in life, right? Why not choose a specific time of year to make and implement those goals?