Planning for your business’s future is just good common sense. In order for your business to survive in today’s market, you need to be constantly thinking of ways to improve, compete and evolve.
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If your business was a car, what kind of car would it be? Imagine yourself behind the wheel, driving to your ultimate destination.
Are you driving a sleek sports car with custom ordered leather seats and all the bells and whistles?
What about a full length pickup with extended cab and hemi engine for maximum torque and power?
Imagine enjoying the scenery as you drive down the road with your favourite music playing in the background and that perfect coffee in hand. You fly through the traffic light and can’t quite recall whether it was green or red!
You’ve been there, right? Tell me I’m not alone; that I’m not the only one who goes on autopilot when I least expect it. You’re halfway to work and not quite sure how you got there as the distractions of the day ahead of you have taken over.
Driving your business is like driving your car.
You go to work every day, sometimes with great intentions of making a big impact and then real life sets in with constant interruptions and unexpected challenges. And before you know it, you find yourself at the end of the day not quite sure of what you have really accomplished. Your “to do” list hasn’t gotten any smaller and everything on it seems to be a priority.