Many entrepreneurs go through the same progressions. They start out with a small idea the becomes a life-commitment with hopes of living the dream. Throughout the development of this “little idea” there will be all kinds of roles that are taken on because there simply is no one else to handle it and who has time to teach someone how to do what you can learn. Right? …… WRONG.
Some are fortunate enough to run their business and master the art of selling, negotiating, advertising, marketing, accounting, and all the other intangible duties that come with running business.
The smart ones realize early that no one succeeds without help. The gain back their energy to focus on day to day business needs.
So how do you know if a consultant team can help you? Ask yourself these four questions.
1) Are there opportunities or openings in my market that I want to take advantage of but can’t find the right promotion/strategy to do so?
2) Do I feel like I am constantly juggling : creating effective messaging that keeps current customers yet attract new customers, developing new products/services to stay relevant, finding and building alliances and partnerships?
3) Am I falling behind in using technology to help me find new business?
4) Are my issues primarily due to time and staff constraints and not financial constraints?
If you said yes to any of the four, we should talk. Or you should at least spend more time reading our other post the help spark some ideas for your business. Take advantage of our time and email us at email@example.com