If your business is suffering from the impact of the slow economy, take a few hours to look at where your company has come from during the last six months to determine where you should go for the next six months.
Here are some questions to help speed you along.
Confirm your small business direction, update and prioritize goals.
Create specific objectives to reach your goals. Give them a deadline. Identify critical steps. Break each into bite-sized pieces to enable success — those things that must go right to achieve your objectives. Identify barriers that could hinder achievement of your objectives.
Having an idea of where you want to go does not change anything. Executing those activities you identified, monitoring your progress and making adjustments along the way will get you there. Take action. Even if it’s just one small step per day.
What are you doing to keep your business afloat? Please leave a comment.
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