Start with a long horizon.
If you’re doing good work, have products that people enjoy, and provide a service and experience that exceeds expectation, chances are, your business is benefiting from word of mouth referrals.
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I recently came across an article on Entrepreneur.com regarding how important employee reviews are to your company and I couldn’t agree with more.
Systematize the Best Solutions.
As I was thinking through my personal goals for this coming year, and discussing individual goals with each of my kids (a recently adopted ritual I highly recommend for any parent), an article from The Economist caught my eye.
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I’ve never been much of a manager myself.
Use these first ideas as a starter pack, a launching pad to brainstorm more opportunities across your unique business to grow your customer base, and keep them coming back for more.
“The myth of time management never dies.
Listen to your negative employees.
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