Tips for expanding your business

Tips for expanding your business

Perhaps you have taken extensive business class while you was at technical school. Perhaps not. Maybe you come from a previous business school or maybe you are a novince world wide. No matter how much you know at business the question remains: how much time is you dedicating to your business.There are many factors that go into answering this question. Are you part time or full time? Is your business growing or are u satisfied where it is? No matter what your answer is a certain amount of time has to go into your business activites. And the exact amount varies for different situatuons bottom line if you want to be successful you have contribute a vast amount of time into your business and activities. At this point some of you are currently wotking for other people and businesses and thinking that this is not helpful to me but i beg the differ. Weather you ar in business for your self, or working for some one you are still in business. You should always be doing something towards the business part of your livelihood. But it many who settle in to routine and for get to focus on business matters. Picture this situation you are working for a company and the managers who supervise and do the work pratically for you and all you do is show up, you still are not in business for your self. A good manager reschedule clients, sale jobs, and has a main aspect on growth. And these are business activities and weather you know it or not, you are responsible for performing many of them daily. Some of these activities happen unconsciously, while others are more planned. If you are a sole proprietor you already know that you need to plan these activities on a regular basis. But how much time are you devoting? If you wish to be more successful you could probably do more of these task. Another tip is the activity you dread most, or the one you least like should be the main thing you work on first. For example a shy person that’s not know in the community will take some time to open up and until he or she has confidence with the few people they meet. I have learned from 20+ year business gurus a fool proof formula: spend 20% percent of your business hours on business activities. For examples for every 20 hours a week spen 4 or more on growing your business. Which the activities should be networking, educating new clients, meeting new people, sending infomation or cards, or working on your webpage. If you are faithful to this formula its gaurnteed to work. One you do the leg work the effect will shiw immediately in your career. The time commitment must be set to a solid schedule. No matter what kind of time invested your time should be devoted. Stay focused and continue to groe