Entrepreneurs often stress when they hear the word chaos. If that’s you, I’ve got something to tell you: All chaos is not created equal.
A business in bad chaos — the type you fear — looks time wasted, energy spent in the wrong areas, and people not utilizing their talents fully. When your company experiences this chaos, it doesn’t just hurt your head. It hurts your wallet too.
But chaos isn’t always bad. If your company’s making more and more money, that chaos is under control. In the middle of this chaos, you can get things done efficiently and move your company’s mission forward.