RUNNING YOUR BUSINESS – A 4-STEP FORMULA FOR SUCCESS
September 16, 2011
I’m going to be very blunt in this post today. I know you’re running your business a million miles an hour but there’s a very important function that absolutely must have your focus.
LET ME EXPLAIN:
You’re dealing with customers, employees, marketing, sales, leads, financials, vendors, social media, websites, blogging, education, and just about everything else that you can think about, PLUS. You’re busy and when you get something off your desk you are thrilled. You feel a sense of accomplishment similar to climbing a mountain. I know exactly how you feel.
BUT, NOW FOR THE BAD NEWS…
Unfortunately, you might not actually be done with it! I am proposing that we need to think about the RESULT of that action. Did it get the result that you were looking for? Often, it may have produced some results but was it what you expected? Usually, it did not.
The truth of the matter is that with a bit of tweaking, you could increase results. In fact, with a concerted effort and focused actions, you could blow the doors off even your highest predictions. Wouldn’t that be nice!
So here’s the formula that I just heard from Robert Dempsey of Dempsey Marketing. He talks about this in his podcast and I recommend everyone takes a few minutes to listen. Anyway, here it is in 4 simple steps – test, measure, tweak, and repeat.
If you follow the formula, you might work a bit harder on the less activities but the results will be much better. Even more exciting is the fact that you’ll get a better idea of what works and what doesn’t. Using this method, you’ll soon be improving on your best works and your results will SOAR!
I’M HERE TO HELP AS WELL
I hope this helps you in running your business. If you’d like some additional assistance, please feel free to give me a call. I’d love to hear from you.
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