Tag: Setting Goals

General organization management, Strategic planning

Increasing Profit Isn’t a Goal, It’s a Wish

February 11, 2020

Via: Small Biz Club

According to estimates, 80% of businesses fail by their fifth year of operation. Startling odds, to say the least. However, the 20% that make it beyond this time frame is testament enough that by doing things better and differently, it […]

General organization management, Systems management

Why Your Business Needs a 90-Day Plan

July 18, 2018

Via: Small Biz Club

The economy is booming, and businesses everywhere are thriving, but many small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs aren’t making good use of today’s bounty to invest in tomorrow. As long as you have some extra capital at your disposal, you […]

Self-management, Time management

8 Small Business Time-Saving Tips

May 23, 2018

Via: Small Biz Club

No matter how driven and hard-working you are, it’s very easy to get carried away and lose track of the time. This especially applies to small business owners who try to do as much as possible during their working day […]

Department management, Financial, General organization management, Strategic planning

6 Property Resolutions to Make and Stick to in 2018

May 9, 2018

Via: Small Biz Club

It is important for buyers to invest wisely in 2018 due to the volatile market. Whether you aim to buy a home, an office, or a property for investment, here are some property resolutions one should make and stick to, […]

Finances, Self-management, Task management

4 Concrete Ways for Millennials to Achieve Their First Million Dollars

December 5, 2017

Via: Small Biz Club

Setting a goal of having your first million before you reach the age of 40 may sound preposterous but it is highly achievable. If you get your first job or put up your first business at the age of 25, […]