Jeremy Williams, CEO/Owner and Business Coach at Red Hawk Coaching shares the importance of "slowing your roll". Growth in a business is great, and it should be the desire of a business owner. The challenge often times is the pace of the growth. Growing too fast is like building a house on the shifting sand. In time, the growth will out pace the business causing it to collapse.
Business growth that is healthy is paced growth constantly evaluating your people, systems, and tools. Making great decisions exercising patience can lead to desired outcomes. The most important thing you can do as a business owner is to be consistent in the activities that drive the business, and congruent in your thoughts and actions. Incremental growth over time can have you looking back one day, and the thought that crosses your mind is how did I get here. Just let at the story of Apple that started in a garage.
Secrets of the Successful Business Person #5 - Be the turtle. In a world where you can order a hamburger in a drive-through, and 30 seconds later it is in your car ready for consumption, we live in a world of having everything instantly. Know that building a business is a process, and that what you do today as far as activities to grow your business might not show up for 30-60-90 days. It’s okay. What is not okay is not being committed to the most important activities in your business. For a sales person (and all business owners are sales people at some level), the most important daily activity is lead generation.
Are you needing to get clarity in your business? Do you feel like you're all over the place and lack focus and direction? This is exactly why you should consider hiring a business coach to provide you direction and different perspectives on your approach to building a successful business. ...