Small business owners often struggle with finding the right balance between serving their customers and managing their operations effectively. Systemizing your business can help you streamline your processes and make your work more efficient, freeing up more time to focus on growth and customer satisfaction. Here are 7 steps you can take to systemize your small business:
Remember that in systemizing your business the biggest factor in the success or failure to systemize your business is YOU, the small business owner. If you are on-board and willing to do whatever it takes to implement these 7 steps, then you will be able to achieve the definition of a business: “A Commercial, Profitable Enterprise that WORKS WITHOUT YOU.”
Kevin Weir - 2/13/2023
The 7 Keys of Small Business Leadership
Small business leadership is the act of guiding and directing a small business to achieve its goals and objectives. It requires a unique set of skills and qualities, as small businesses face a range of challenges and obstacles that larger organizations may not. Here are 7 key traits and strategies that are important for small business leaders to cultivate:
How to Grow Your Chiropractic Business in 4 Easy Steps
Having worked with Chiropractors for almost 20 years, virtually every Chiropractor has a challenge with getting new patients. The problem I see with so many of these Chiropractors is that they’ve never put together a strategic plan on how to go out and get these new patients. To many of them get sucked in to paying for expensive marketing programs that do not get a good Return on Investment, or they get advice from their other Chiropractor friends and follow strategies that may have worked for their colleagues, but doesn’t work for them.
Momentum – Get it - Keep it - Protect it
Here in the Spokane, WA area, where I live, we have been in the process of building what we call the “North-South Freeway” which will be a 4-Lane highway that will go a long way in reducing the congestion we have of trucks on surface streets going to and from major Canadian markets such as Calgary and Edmonton. The concept for this project started in 1946 but did not start construction until 2001. And yes, 22 years later it’s still under construction, but is scheduled to be completed by 2028.