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Growth doesn’t need to mean more risk, more hours and more headaches

Are you playing the growth game?

What’s your business growth looking like and where were you 12 months ago compared to today? 


If you haven’t given it much thought it is probably because you’re always stuck in the day-to-day operations. But it is worth spending some dedicated time to do some reflecting and planning.
Growth doesn’t need to mean more risk, more hours and more headaches. To be successful, you first need to identify where the opportunities for growth are in your business and industry. Then establish what you and your team are going to have to do in order to maximise these opportunities – and navigate the likely obstacles you’re going to have to climb over. 


Here are a couple of tips to get you thinking about growth:
  1. Do an audit to document your growth over time. Analyse all the information you have to understand how you got to where you are right now. This will help you to plan for future growth. 
  2. Next, put a one page plan together with the big objectives and what you’ll realistically need to do in order to achieve them. (identify the tasks and people)
  3. Establish some key performance indicators to keep the momentum up and visit these regularly to ensure you’re on track. 

As a business owner, it’s really tempting to try and do it alone, but you can get bogged down in the demands of day-to-day business. The truth is that you need to take time out of the business to get some much needed perspective. We can help build your business plan and identify the steps you’ll need to achieve it.


Business growth can be perceived as something scary, but when you have a plan and it’s done right, it can be empowering and rewarding. 
With a bit of planning, the right systems, people and resources, there is tremendous opportunity to grow and scale your business to the next level to hit your growth targets.


I can help you get started, call me today - Julia 01926 298829



 

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