I’m going through a process in my business right now that I’m expanding to teach to my clients. It goes something like this: I’m too busy. I’m working a ton, but not quite billing enough hours. I need to be marketing more regularly, but can’t seem to find the time. My list of potential contacts […]
Cheap crap – in the form of fun, stuff, and food – is readily available. But buying cheap crap has hidden consequences in the form of wasting our natural resources, perpetuating bad labor practices, and ultimately, forcing our children or families to deal with all the “stuff” after we’re gone.
In order to effectively create an organizational structure, routine, or process, you must first listen. A couple of guidelines will set the foundation for proper order – and then the organizational process will flow.
For a small business to run smoothly, it’s worth the business owner’s time to create systems, processes, and routines for each daily, weekly, and monthly action.