This morning as I was near the end of my walk (you know, the one we all do now seeing as we have so few other choices!) I was pondering where to buy a coffee. My morning coffee is literally the most wonderful part of the day….I was a tea drinker until about 10 years ago, but I’m not completely converted over to the other side!
Having recently moved to a more suburban location, I have a smorgasbord of choice. My natural choice would be a small independent unique coffee shop, but Shenfield is lacking (during Lockdown) with that offering, so my choices were the BP M&S garage (I cannot tell you how much I love living within 2 mins walk of one of these) To be honest, if I can’t buy it in my local BP garage, I don’t have it (well….that’s probably stretching the truth a little, they don’t sell Mint Velvet clothes, which I am partial to, so I do buy from other places too).
We also have a Costa, but life is...
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If you have tried something before, you are armed with more knowledge and you can then build a better strategy the next time.
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People often talk about getting the foundations right first, then everything else falls into place, and this really is true of building a sustainable business.
One of the most important things you can do at the beginning of a new business idea is spend time evaluating the business model.
I’ve met quite a few very hard working business owners over the years, no one doubts their commitment or their sheer tenacity, but if the business model is floored or capped (i.e. there is a ceiling to how much money you can ever earn, or you trade time for money) then you will just keep working your socks off, for the same or less return - you could become that headless chicken we all try to avoid.
What type of business owner do you aspire to be?
And once you get into “headless chicken” mode or even worse “can’t see the wood for the trees” mode, it’s really hard to get yourself out! Even the best business coach...
There are lots of pros and cons with social media - it's important to know what works for you and what has a negative effect.
Facebook is great for remembering birthdays and keeping in touch with friends, but if you are feeling down and all you see is other people's "wonderful" lives, this can be detrimental.
Facebook has a few great new features - be mindful of what works for you and what doesn't.
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