We hear business owners ask this question all of the time. Interestingly, if you look at most competitive sports, both individual and team sports, you will rarely find a professional athlete running the race, fighting the battle or winning the game alone; there is typically a coach at their side to navigate the strategy and
The New Year is upon us, and hopefully you’ve been working on your game plan for 2012! (See our post Set a Small Business Game Plan for the New Year). Part of your game plan should be setting goals, and at least one (or many) of these priorities is most likely related to business growth.
The end of the year is a great time to plan for the upcoming New Year. We realize this seems like a lot of pressure when you are still trying to plan for the holiday festivities; however we also recognize this is the perfect time for you to reflect on the accomplishments of this past
We love the holidays; the shopping, the parties, and the festive food dishes! However, we also know that the holidays can be a stressful time, especially for small business owners trying to juggle holiday events, a pipeline of business and planning for the new business year. Sometimes we end up feeling like the Grinch before
The holidays are approaching quickly, and can be a fun, exciting time for small businesses to generate significant sales and revenues. Many small retail businesses actually rely on the holiday season for a large part of their yearly sales. However, a common mistake for many is not preparing their marketing plan for the holiday season