Life is Full of Lessons
Sometimes we can be so busy that we neglect to learn the lessons that life is trying to tell us. If you stop and pay attention to your surroundings, you’ll find that even the small things have value. Here are some lessons:
- Don’t let money and fear blind you when it comes to customers: This will affect your decision making and lead you to neglecting your customers.
- Any business is a risk: Be brave and be emotionally ready for it.
- Be available to your employees even if it’s a late response:
- explain software what it is used for and goal:
- Be aware of your software and its capabilities: Use your software to its full capacity. You may discover needed resources.
- Don’t use too many software systems: Keep it simple. You will save time and money.
- Don’t let numbers stress you: Vision, passion, and persistence has more value. Be patient with the numbers.
- Be strategic in your decisions: Don’t just jump at ideas and resolutions. Think it through.
- Other businesses are not competition: They are friends and a community member. Give more than receive.
- Words are powerful: Words build or break. They also reveal your character.
- Know the place really well: Know the location very well. The way a community functions. A business marketing model for one place is not going to function the same in another place.
- Know when someone just wants the “last word”: Some just want to talk out their emotions and overlook your perspective.
Stick around! Part 2 comes out next month.