This is part three of a four-part series to be released weekly throughout January.
So far, we’ve talked about your marketing strategy, your website, social media and directories. Keep reading for tips six and seven!
This is part two of a four-part series to be released weekly throughout January.
In part one, I talked about reviewing your marketing strategy and updating your website. This week, I want to touch on tips three, four and five.
This is part one of a four-part series to be released weekly throughout January.
2018 has come and gone, and a new year is upon us! With January comes new goals, new commitments, and new opportunities. The same way you would resolve to eat healthier or travel more in the new year, you should be resolving to do better in your business – better conversions, more revenue, and more consistency.
Just building a team isn’t enough. You need to trust them to handle things on their own while you are gone so you don’t spend your whole vacation “just checking in.”
“We empower our team back home to make decisions and handle things in our absence,” said Kelly Edwards, co-owner of Lawton Marketing Group.
If someone were to ask me, “What’s the hardest thing to manage in your business?” my answer would be “my time,” always. As a business owner, when catastrophe hits, you can always replace lost business and lost revenue, but you can never replace lost time. It’s crucial to have a duplicatable time-management strategy (or strategies!) that you can lean on so that you know where your most valuable asset is running off to and how to get it back!