Sometimes we get stuck in our businesses.
The status quo becomes pretty comfortable compared to the alternative — change.
But that’s not a real good idea for a small business. Especially when it comes to our business processes.
Have I ever told you the ham story? It’s a classic.
The basic premise is that sometimes people do things just because they’ve always done them that way.
Pure suicide for a small business when you consider that each “ham” in your business equals a cash flow leak.
Some people call these “sacred cows.”
Cows or hams, neither is a good thing.
Take a quick two minutes to watch this video. Your bottom line will thank you for it.
If you can’t see the video, click here.
What do you think? Have you taken the time to document your business processes and check for possible improvement opportunities?
P.S. You can read the ham story (and chuckle here).
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