The logistics involved in running a business are so complex at times, it can threaten to unravel any of us, but what about when it comes to managing your fleet?
If you are going to be starting a business, have you really thought this through? There are a range of different parts that you need to think about coming together before you can do anything else, and this is what we call the base work. It’s the things that you do now that you are going to be able to build off of in the coming weeks and months to create a strong and solid business.
There are many aspects that might influence the success of your new business, but none is more important than financial management. You may have chosen to build a restaurant because you enjoy cooking or a photography studio because you are great in front of the camera, but starting a business does not mean that you will become an accountant.
When you are planning on starting a business in the first place, there are inevitably all sorts of obstacles that you are going to encounter along the way. In fact, life itself can be seen as a series of barriers that you need to get past in order to achieve the level of success that you are looking for. This is also true of expanding a company internationally.
For most entrepreneurs, the worst moment of their careers happened during the initial months of 2020. It was an incredibly challenging year for small-scale businesses, considering they have little resources and a non-existent financial safety net to fall back on.
Welcome to Season 1, Episode 12 of the Leadership Execution Podcast and thank you, everyone, for listening. In this episode, I’d like to share some thoughts on how to get and stay motivated!
Professionalism is an art and a skill, and sometimes even a trade. Just like any other learned focus, it can be sharpened or dull with time. It will also provide the fundamental formatting for a range of your day to day business affairs, from how you communicate with clients to how you persuade a potential investor to invest in your firm, or perhaps a coveted applicant with a role at your firm that you wish to secure them for.