What is the most important of your business plan: monetary earnings; engagement with clientele; community appreciation?
If you said a little bit of all of the above, you are among the majority of every kind of business owner. Everyone wants to be liked, respected, and make a little pocket change to support their efforts. As a small business owner, how does one continue to grow and succeed?
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It’s pivotal to keep things true and honest, even if it means a longer building time. Like several successes, it takes time establishing a brand to elevate it higher. Don’t confuse gradual with unsuccessful, however. The expression “Rome wasn’t built in a day” comes to mind. When you are working from ground up, it is important to remember this and to focus on every milestone met. No small feat exists in business ownership, but instead it’s beneficial to acknowledge growth accomplished.
In 2010, there were 27.9 million small businesses in the US contributing to the economy’s circle of life. Something is being done right according to that number and as long as we remember our own guiding principles, we should see this national number only grow.