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There's nothing like seeing stratospheric biz growth. The climbing sales & profit numbers, the excitement of new opportunities - it's incredible. But many companies have ended up crashing & burning in the midst of this sort of growth. In this podcast, I've covered a few of the most important tips to keep in mind as your biz begins to ramp up its growth: http://bizdevshots.com/podcast-avoiding-biz-growth-mayhem/ Oh, and in addition to this "solid gold" biz advice, this podcast features a hilarious youtube video when you click on the link above! Here's to keeping your biz right side up, Matt Hardy BizDevShots Podcast BossInternetMarketing.com

 
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Don't Crash & Burn! In this podcast, we look at how to avoid some of the pitfalls that come with fast biz growth.


 
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Nearly every day we are reminded that we need to work on and improve our weaknesses. Whether it's a spouse, friend, family member, customers, clients or the latest self-help guru, we are constantly bombarded by messages telling us we need to be better. But what if you didn't have to be better? What if you could just cover over a weakness in such a way that you didn't HAVE to do the work to change it? What if you could even turn your weakness into a strength or competitive advantage? Well, if that sounds good to you, you'll want to listen to our latest podcast: http://bizdevshots.com/podcast-business-surgery-removing-weakness-to-save-your-strengths/ You can also listen to it on iTunes here! https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/biz-dev-shots.com-podcast/id1077134936

 
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Over the years of working with small businesses, I've found a number of common issues. One of the biggest complaints I've heard is: "you can't get good people anymore." Maybe you've heard this lament before. Maybe you've said it yourself. And while on the surface it can be true, I'd say 80% of the time it misses the mark. Most often what I've found is that the employees don't have any sort of job description. Without a job description and a list of duties that are needed to be done, neither the owner or employee knows what they are responsible for. And with a competent employee, this often results in an excited boss shifting into "delegation mode" and piling on more and more work. When I questioned one owner about this, she said "didn't think it was a big deal." After I got her to write out all the employee's current job duties and saw the size of the list, she quickly realized why her employee was making mistakes and things...


 
 
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It doesn't matter what industry you're in. It doesn't matter what the sales climate is. It doesn't matter whether you have an established business or not. The principles are the same. One of my favorite quotes is: "Every business owner deserves the right to learn how to increase sales, multiply their profits and mine every hidden asset and overlooked opportunity in their world." This quote came from Jay Abraham. He's called the $9 Billion Dollar Man, having helped generate an estimated $9 billion in sales increases for different people. And one of the lessons that I learned from him is the idea of looking outside your industry for inspiration. In each industry there are practices and systems that are seen as being normal. But to anyone outside of that industry, those practices could be a complete gamechanger. You can borrow our successful practices here: http://bizdevshots.com/solution/ Here's to ...

 
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