I had a glimpse of one of the superstore’s depot recently. I was amazed at the number of activities that goes on behind the scene as we innocently shop for our daily needs. There were boxes and crates everywhere, people unpacking, packing, moving, checking, listing, scanning, noting and buzzing. There were so many people involved
I know the thought of starting a business or growing one can sometimes feel like an endless task list. Unlimited brainstorming sessions, meetings, and business administration can zap the energy out of you. Neither does it leave you with time to get on nor do other things that could be equally beneficial to your business.
Knowledge is power! It can bring multiple solutions to so many people all around the world and bring you profit too. The power resident in what you know has infinite potential, but it must be explored and harvested before any returns can come your way. The sound of starting a business might sound daunting to
Who is your target market? The first time someone asked me this question, I got a right hump. I replied defensively “I am a new business owner, who just wants to sell to anyone who is interested in what I have to offer.” Wrong answer! That, according to my coach was an act of a
Defining your goal is the first step to reaching it and it’s crucial to define it correctly. But you’ll never reach your goal unless you create an action plan to get there. An action plan works like a roadmap. To get from here to there when you’re driving, you have to know where to go.