Listen to the Episode Below: Procrastinating? Hesitating? Trying desperately to get customers to respond (but secretly hoping they don’t)? All could be red flags that your business model is off-kilter for the way you most want to run your company. So how can you get back on track? On this episode, business strategist Shawn Driscoll explores how you may have built a business that’s not right for you, and how to design it so it’s scalable and plays to your strengths. [Ed. Note: Because the sound quality on this episode is not as clear as usual, we’ve provided access to a FREE transcript of this recording, here and below. Click on the link to read Shawn’s insights!] Grow your business YOUR way… Choose a business model that works for you. If you dread the workday, aren’t succeeding, or are lacking enthusiasm and energy, consider changing the way you do business. Don’t be afraid to think outside the box. Look at your five best (and worst) customer experiences to see which parts of your company’s service-providing process that have been most…Continue Reading
Would that we could wave a magic wand and–POOF!–be a successful entrepreneur. Actually, it’s usually more a matter of becoming a successful entrepreneur and growing into the role than all-of-a-sudden being it. In this short…Read More
As you look back on the past year, and think about planning for the future, you’ll ask yourself a question reminiscent of New York City’s former Mayor Ed Koch, “How’m I doin’?” So how are…Read More
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