In any business, one of the biggest problems is when there is a loss of some kind of valuable resource. The most valuable resource that you will ever have is time. If you fail to use time properly, after all, you cannot get it back.
Matt Sweetwood is known for his innovative and transformative ideas as a marketing, social media and business-development consultant. He has experienced professional and personal success as an award-winning marketer and CMO club member and as president of Unique Photo, through his reinvention of the modern camera superstore. Sweetwood is currently writing his first book, Man Up, and is a regular contributor on national TV and to several publications in the business, social media, marketing. parenting, ethics and politics arenas.
Businesses small and large, while differing in the number of employees they hold, the amount of social media followers they boast, the profitability they expect and their goals for the end of the financial year, they do share plenty in common.
Quality technology is available to businesses of all sizes, from global corporations to moms starting up a business at home while their baby naps. However, the sheer amount of technology out there can be overwhelming…
Do you keep finding that you get into work, check your emails and then all of a sudden it’s lunchtime, and you’ve done nothing? Where does the time go and are you making the most of the time you have?
Marketing your business can be difficult if you’re not experienced in this field. You know that you need to get your message out there, but you’re not quite sure which mediums will work best and get you the most new customers.
Going above and beyond can benefit you, as well as them, as they’ll be more content working for you, improving your retainment rate and reducing the amount of recruitment you have to undertake.
Consider investment options in order to best prepared for retirement!
Starting up your own business is always going to be a big challenge and there is a lot to think about before you begin. Building and nurturing a successful business is like raising your own child
Money is power, especially in the business world. It’s an essential fuel, keeping your venture and entrepreneurial dreams alive. Without any money, you couldn’t cover overheads, which would cause your business to crumble.
There’s one thing that should be on your mind above all else and that’s gaining some leads at each trade show you attend.