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If you are like most small business owners, then you can’t imagine your business running without you.
However, after some time, the day-to-day operations of your business can start to wear you down and you might find yourself looking for ways to reduce your responsibilities.
Have you ever wondered what your maximum potential looks like?
You already work hard and have committed to a lifestyle of self-improvement, but could you go just a little bit further?
Your time is valuable. And if you run a small business, you don’t have a second to waste.
Many tasks that make up your business’s day-to-day operations are repetitive, laborious, and do not require critical thinking.
Welcome back for another entry in the series “A Day in the Life of...” where we take a moment to explore the different roles and positions at Legend Web Works, and what those employees have learned during their time in their specific position.
Today we will sit down with Account Coordinator Alyssa Harp and share the wisdom she has to offer.
Smart business owners know how to spend money the right way to ensure that they get more money back over a set period.
The business owners who do this will have success and see their businesses stand the test of time. Those who do not will soon be looking for a new line of work.
While it is true that you have to spend money to make money, you can’t spend too much, or all your profits will be swallowed up by your bloated expenses.
Your expenses can be attributed to two separate streams, operating expenses and overhead costs.
If a small business is to be successful, the owner must learn to delegate.
At first, delegation can be hard. The business owner worked hard for years to develop their business, it is daunting to hand key responsibilities to employees who do not have a personal stake tied to the business's success.
Setting goals is one of the most important components of finding success.
This is true for everyone no matter if they are trying to enhance their professional life, get better at a hobby, or save up money for financial security.
The holiday season (roughly Thanksgiving to New Year) is one of the busiest and most profitable times for businesses in all industries.
Because of this, it is a good idea to prepare to maximize your profits during this time.
Believe it or not, marketing can be a lot of fun!
Of course, you’ll only have a good time under the right conditions. The two main ingredients for marketing success are a sound strategy and lots of patience (trust us, we know!).