My Business Adviser is tooting its own horn a bit this week and talking about how I can help you. I personally have never run across a business that didn’t need some level of business coaching….maybe not me, but they needed help from someone. We all try to do everything ourselves with mixed results. We can’t be experts at everything which is why we bring in other people to help out. Myself, I have to have a brilliant accountant because that is my weak point. I know the basics but my accountant fills in the knowledge gaps for me. Here is a quick infographic talking about Business Coaches in general. I will share stories this week as well and feel free to send me any questions you might have.
It’s been a rough week with the flu dropping me and everyone else at the office like flies. It’s a good thing I can coach virtually so I don’t have sick clients as well. Today I am posting two infographics about small businesses to make up for my week of rest. The first one is about the 5 Social Media tools you should be using and the second id a Small Business Start-up Checklist for those of you who are just beginning this journey. Something for everyone! As always drop me a line on Facebook if you have any questions or think you may want a coach to help your business take things up a notch. First consult is free and you will walk away with actionable info, not just a sales pitch.
All the time I see small businesses pop into view with gusto then fade away with barely a peep. Why? Usually, it’s because they are driven by passion and not much else. Contrary to what people like to believe, passion is not enough. Here are 10 reasons I have seen that make small business a struggle. With proper planning and coaching none of these need to stop your passion.
We are talking about small businesses this week at My Business Adviser. This is the area I have the most experience and help to give. We will start with an infographic giving a snapshot of the state of small businesses in the US.
Customer service is the lifeblood of a business. No matter what business you are in there is some element of customer service involved. Here is an infographic giving some of the Do’s and Don’ts of customer service to use as a baseline.
If there is one thing I have learned in my 25 plus years of business it’s that customer service should be a top priority because it is part of every aspect of your business. Marketing? Begins with good customer service. Sales? It is customer service. Accounting? Ok, maybe not EVERY aspect, but accounting can be helped by good customer service. Here are some stats to keep in mind as we explore customer service this week.
Keeping your teams coordinated in today’s environment is easier than ever. With the potential of having teams spread out the tools you use become more important. Here are six tools to help keep teams in touch and on task.