Ready for some business building growth strategies?
I'm Chris Niemeyer, Founder of the FREEDOM Business System™.
If you're a business owner, have you ever considered that your business, no matter the size, is like a multi-story office building?
First, pick your favorite city. Locate one of those skyscrapers or buildings and visualize that building represents your business.
Every floor is a unique area of your business. You've got different departments. Different floors represent areas, opportunities and part of the operations of your business.
So, marketing maybe on one floor. Sales on another. Operations, HR, Finance, etc. Go through your business, all the functions that make your business a well-oiled machine. Consider that every single floor of that building is a separate piece.
Where is your Suite? Where is your sweet...
Use the annual income calculator below to track how much you'd like to make each year. In addition, consider the variables and impact of how many hours and weeks you'd like to work? Carefully considering your goals and calculating will help yield information on how to structure your business.
How many hours a week do you wish to work? 50? 30? Although the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports the average US worker puts in 44 hours per week, Gallup and other polls put the number between 47-49 hours. (And Forbes and Inc magazine calculate the average entrepreneur works nearly 60 hours per week.)
How many vacation days do you want off completely each year? (Did you know the average US citizen takes 17.2 days off each year according to the US government?)
Check out this annual income calculator to determine all these variables and what your hourly rate...
Getting Clients - The C.L.I.E.N.T.S. System Approach
Getting clients - an age-old question and issue for anyone in business. Customers, consumers, users, patrons - call them what you want. But CLIENT is the word we’ll use and I prefer.
A “client” implies a connection stronger than just a transactional customer. It moves beyond the sale toward someone you care about and serve. He feels the professional service rendered to them and typically feels a stronger connection and affinity with the brand, company and their staff.
Many entrepreneurs talk about “wowing” or, “going above and beyond” to serve. But what does that mean, practically speaking? And, in times like this COVID-19 pandemic, how do you serve your existing base and get new ones?
It may feel that business is shut down in many respects (and believe me, I know firsthand some industries are getting pummelled). Many people feel the financial pain and are...