Any business owner will tell you that running a business isn't easy. With so many moving parts, there are countless things that can go wrong. That's why conducting regular business health checks is so important.
As any business owner will testify, there are many wins and losses, highs and lows that come with owning a business. With the risk and excitement that come with venturing into entrepreneurship and business management, many leaders seek others that can help them. Mentors, teachers, and coaches bring much value to the growth of your business - if the right one is found!
After almost ten months of pandemic-centered decisions, most business leaders are just trying to reach the 31st.
It’s tempting to let go for a few weeks to regroup in 2021. A holiday break is well-deserved and highly encouraged, but as business leaders, it’s important to remember that your business will need you to keep your vision strong and focused on a growth mindset.
It might feel challenging or counterproductive to plan ahead for your business after the many wrenches thrown into 2020’s plans. However, we can look at 2021 as a blank slate to set up our businesses for a successful, strategic year.
When we first heard news of the coronavirus and lockdowns, our guards went up, and we did what was needed to protect ourselves and our loved ones. What we thought would be a few weeks slowly turned into months.
We’ve each been met with new challenges and been forced into making tough decisions this year. Businesses large and small have had to rethink their strategies for communicating, promoting, and delivering their products, especially to their existing clientele.
In times of crisis and uncertainty, we look to our leaders for answers. During new moments of quiet and solitude, we long for the days when the printer would not stop humming and your co-worker stopped by your desk for the fifth time that day. As leaders, we can recognize that those around us are still struggling with their “new normal.” Showing gratitude for the little things can make a big difference for those you directly influence.
Thanksgiving is coming in fast, but even so, at ActionCOACH RGV, we are thankful for the excellent people we get to meet and support every day. We truly believe that gratitude is contagious, and when you’ve let your customers know how grateful you are for their support, that can build up feelings of loyalty to your brand.
2020 has put a strain on all of us, and that includes small business owners. In an effort to do our part in helping local businesses recover, ActionCOACH RGV created 1 of the 10 campaigns, and now, we’re looking to do more.
Finding success as a business owner can be incredibly difficult. Even for those who have already established a business, it can be hard to know where to begin when it comes to making improvements. However, making those improvements is absolutely essential to your ability to reach business success.
Abraham Lincoln one said, “The best way to predict the future is to create it.” Wouldn’t it be ideal if you could predict the financial success of your business endeavors? You might be able to if you keep track of 10 important financial numbers every day.
We’ve all heard the phrase "Time is money," but few people understand the extent to which perfected time management can affect your life. As a business owner, your time is one of the most valuable assets you have, so it’s important to spend it wisely.
At ActionCOACH RGV, our business coaches are dedicated to providing the highest quality coaching for McAllen business owners, but what does that coaching look like and who might need it? If you own a business or are considering starting one, business coaching might just be the added edge you need to reach success. Our coaches will work with you to improve your business, profits, and overall work-life satisfaction.
From closures to illness, 2020 has been a tough year for business owners. However, this time has also represented an opportunity for some individuals who were able to change their business strategies to accommodate the changing market. Whether your business is struggling or thriving during this pandemic, you will need an effective strategy to weather the storm as the new year begins.
Business owners know that finding success is no easy task. There’s no shortcut for high-quality goods and services, but there are business techniques that have been shown to improve performance and profitability, something we here at ActionCOACH RGV can teach you in order to regain your time, money, and freedom.
As of September 16, there are nearly 6.7 million cases of coronavirus in the United States, according to The New York Times. The impact this virus is having on the country is devastating and extends far beyond its effect on citizens’ health. The coronavirus pandemic has brought with it a number of other issues including widespread unemployment, breaks in supply chains, and a skyrocketing number of company bankruptcies.
If you’re a business owner, then you’re a leader. And if there’s one thing leaders require, it’s freedom and independence. It’s the liberty to run your business as you see fit, to offer competitive services and products on the market, to be your own boss - and ultimately - the freedom to create a well-oiled machine that runs on its own, thus giving you the opportunity to step back and enjoy the hard-earned fruits of your labor.
You’ve undoubtedly worked hard on your business. Perhaps initially you juggled all of the tasks that come with your business by yourself, but now things are looking brighter. You aren’t working by yourself anymore. You’ve hired a group of people to help you fulfill your business dreams and goals. A team, but is it a winning team?
Why did you get into business for yourself? Most business owners who are asked this question usually answer that they started their business to have more money, time, and freedom to live the life they want. The reality is that most business owners struggle to get their business to this level because they don’t have the right resources and tools to build a successful business.
Cash flow is one of the most critical aspects of managing a business, big or small. Without a good understanding of your business’ cash flow, your ability to plan for the future is virtually nonexistent. Beyond just understanding your cash flow, it’s also essential for the success of your business that you are able to maintain steady and consistent cash flow.
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