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While your best-laid plans might not always make your daily life in small business a breeze, it doesn’t mean that you can’t optimize your project management tools to set yourself up for success in planning. You only need the right tools, the right strategies for implementation, and a consistent mindset.
According to a report by the US Small Business Administration, more than 50 percent of Americans are either working for a small business, or own one. Small business owners are truly powering the economy by providing employment to every two out of three individuals. Some of the best advice you can receive is from fellow entrepreneurs turned billionaire businessmen.
What assumptions do we make about today’s world that simply aren’t true, especially when it comes to running your business? And what business essentials do you still cling to—even though they’re not needed on this side of the year 2000?
It’s hard to survive unless you’re online in 2018. However, simply being online isn’t good enough; instead, your website needs to be optimized so that people are coming to you and converting into customers. This means more sales, more profits, and more good times.
From front-of-house employees to five-star Facebook reviews, maintaining a reliable brand identity is key to building customer loyalty. However, an increasing number of online channels has made it harder than ever to maintain a consistent, well-rounded brand experience.
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