Stalling point and momentum

The balance of linear momentum can be expressed as:
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You wont be surprised when I say, that I don’t understand this formula or the calculation and most of you won’t either.

However I do understand the importance of achieving momentum in your business. I would define this as having sufficient sales and profit so as to generate consistent improvement over a repeated timeframe. The stalling point is of course, the point just before showing no improvement. Know where your business is and seek help before you stall, as it is far more comfortable dealing with a business that is profitable but should be better than one that has stalled and is loosing money. Contact me for a free comparison of where you sit against your competition and find out what the earnings are for people in your industry?

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Recognise your role and skills – you are your best and worst asset?

supermanFor many years I have been fascinated by the differences between people and companies that survive and those that are extremely successful.
In many cases it is just the leader (Owner/CEO) doing what they are good at and getting help to do what they are not good at.

Companies that are not actively getting and using external party reviews of their decisions and activities are seriously disadvantaged. This  assistance might be with a business plan, a review of marketing and business development, mystery shopper campaigns, customer research,  supply chain reviews or public relations advice.

All the tasks you are involved with that are not your core strength will be  negatively effecting your success! Yes I know, owners and managers of  small or medium size business need to be able to do things they aren’t  always experts at. Recognise you aren’t an expert or are not objective  about something and get a little bit of help, even if you still do the grunt  work yourself.

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Sending Out Scouts

Research into your customer’s needs and behavior is like an adventurer in an unknown land sending out scouts to reconnoiter the forward territory,  the motivation, being knowledge and risk reduction.

This action will give you a huge insight into how your customers use your product but also why potential customers don’t buy your product. The net gain will be that you will learn how to improve both your products/services  and sales.

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Hope

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What is the difference between: to “have hope” or to “hope.”  It seems this is the kind of difference that is often overlooked in our fast  pace, surface skimming world.

The former is from having a belief in something and the second is a wish for a change of circumstances.

Hope is not a “strategy,” you deserve better.

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Do you always employ the right person?

employeeAttitudes affect our behaviour and our behaviour affects our performance.

Behaviour is more important than skills yet many companies employ only on skills. Most terminations occur because of behaviour.

There is something wrong with a company’s hiring process if it does not look for attitude and behavioural fit BEFORE hiring.

This thinking was inspired by material written by Grant Schnieder, an American colleague in the food business consulting space.

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