September 8, 2017
Tips For Running A Successful Business
Well there’s one thing i know when it comes to success, I’ve always believed in the saying, The length of our life is finite, but its wideness depends on us, to start great businesses. Marty J. Stallone is a great businessman and he is the executive vice president of land development at metropolitan development group. And this just means that our purpose is to achieve the grandest things and widen the scope of our lives in the short time we have.
You should make a choice, any choice
You know people are constantly changing and, as a result, the world is constantly changing, too. When running a business in which a lot of time is spent on decision-making and measuring consequences is probably a waste of resources. And It doesn’t do anything but increase anxiety and fear of failure. Even with all of your planning, the winds will change and you’ll be back to worrying again.
So try and understand that failure is an opportunity, and a chance to try overcome all of the challenges. The companies that quickly meet problems head-on are better equipped to minimize future errors. Dormancy is the worst possible outcome of any challenge. The only bad decision you can make is to make none.
And become the industry, don’t just exist within it
Well, I call this the “The Green Fluorescent Umbrella” philosophy. Consider that being the best umbrella maker in the world might be difficult to achieve. But being the best green fluorescent umbrella maker is probably much easier, even if it means having to create your own road map to success.
And you can find out that, It’s very easy to fall into the temptation of commoditizing a company, fitting it into the existing spectrum in order to chase temporary economic success. But we live in a time of shifting paradigms, so it would be a big mistake to take advantage of an existing market rather than try to create a new one. Investing in macro goals is the biggest and most important commitment any business can make. So don’t be afraid to create your own lane.
The best business advice that I can give you
Being an entrepreneur doesn’t mean you have to go it alone. Because most successful business owners will tell you they could not have accomplished their goals without help–from a mentor, colleague, even mom and dad. And for many, their ability to evaluate, internalize and act on the counsel they received was instrumental in getting their companies off the ground.In an effort to tap some of this wisdom, we called on business gurus to tell us the very best piece of advice they’ve received. From hiring to philanthropy and more, their responses were as varied as the companies they run.
My list of wise people to connect with on social media
1. Sean Gardner (@2morrowknight) “Social media is not just an activity; it is an investment of valuable time and resources. Surround yourself with people who not just support you and stay with you, but inform your thinking about ways to WOW your online presence”
2. Ann Tran (@anntran_) “Humility, gentleness, and helpfulness go so much further and open doors you cannot imagine. Think from a higher level and try to see beyond today. Some hard work and insight will bring you to paths that will reward you so highly, it’ll make the little inconvenience you incurred so worth it.”
3. Jessica Northey (@jessicanorthey) “In Social Media the “squeaky wheel” gets the oil. You have to put yourself out there, to find people who will relate or even debate with you, depending on what you are looking for.”
4. Mari Smith (@marismith) “We must develop a thick skin. With an unshakeable sense of self – and a commitment to being compassionate – nothing will faze you.”
5. Aaron Lee (@askaaronlee) “These days, social media waits for no one. If you’re LATE for the party, you’ll probably be covered by all the noise and you might not be able to get your voice across. It could only mean that if you want to be heard by the crowd, you have to be fast; and on social media, that means you have to be REALLY fast.”
Some of the best management tips for small business owners
Plan Ahead for Better Time Management
Well I think when you trying to help improve your time management skills, you should think about spending a half-hour to an hour every morning planning the day and prioritizing the most important tasks first in a list fashion. Prioritization is vital. Some people save their toughest tasks for the end of the day, but it may be easier to complete these tasks when the brain is freshest and the energy levels are high.
And also while creating your plans, think about allowing at least two slots for planned disruptions from others within the company… This may help make the company run smoother, which leads to growth.
Please be sure to follow these tips, and you may observe tasks are getting done more consistently and smoothly. And also you can consider making sure that your team leaders are trained on time management and have them do the same for their employees. This may help make the company run smoother, which leads to growth. It also benefits each employee’s personal life due to lack of stress from not getting things complete, which also benefits the entire company.