Posts Tagged ‘services’

The Danger of Chasing Every Business Idea

Have you ever considered the danger of chasing every business idea? It’s easy to get swept up in the next hot idea. If you are a small business this is for you. Read the rest of this entry »

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The Risk of Constant Change

Change is sometimes unavoidable and necessary yet not always the best thing. While it can be good, the risk of constant change is something to consider. Read the rest of this entry »

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Unfocused Business

If you’ve ever tried to convince someone of the merits of your business idea, then you may have experienced the pitfalls on an unfocused business. If you adequately thought things through in advance you may have avoided that unfortunate experience.

What Am I Talking About?

Many of you have probably watched the TV show where entrepreneurs Read the rest of this entry »

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Your Company is Not the Competition

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Scope Creep

Think about the last time you bought a television, computer, or appliance. Did the sales person try to sell you an extended warranty? Of course they are trained to ask that as that cross sell is highly profitable since the likelihood you will make use of the extended warranty is very small. Many people even forget they have the warranty. So what does this have to do with the title of this article, Scope Creep?

What Business Are You In?

In this case the question “what business are you in” is not talking about the idea that your real product is not what you Read the rest of this entry »

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Are All Those Expenditures Necessary?

If you own a house, unless you are unlike most people you find after a fair amount of time that clutter appears. Interestingly, when you decide to do something about it the initial reaction can be a feeling of being overwhelmed. That is why one of the recommended ways to reduce stress is to de-clutter. Likewise, clutter is something that creeps into every business at some point, especially when it comes to unnecessary expenditures.

Paper Everywhere

A typical area a business becomes cluttered is with paperwork. When it comes to records, the same thing can happen with Read the rest of this entry »

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