A Helping Hand
to plan and grow
- If you do nothing then nothing will happen.
- If no one knows what you do or where you are then no one will buy from you.
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A client who is going to become successful is:
Someone who recognises they have a problem – someone who asks for help – someone who listens to that help – someone who takes action on that help.
"If you want to grow your business talk to me"
It is rare indeed for a start-up business to bring in substantial, or any, profits from the word go. In fact, it can be a while before the new business owner is able to take a wage.
Problems and other difficulties along the way have the potential to disrupt a business and send it into a downward spiral. Recognising problems and turning things around before reaching the point of no return is vital to ensuring the stability and success of your business.
“I can help you”
My forty years sales experience in B2B, retail and online sales allows me to quickly grasp the areas your business needs to concentrate on to achieve growth.
I give an objective perspective to your business with the end goals being increased awareness of your business in the market place, increased sales and improved profitability.
I work with you the business owner to reach a point where you can work on your business instead of in it. Giving you the business owner an improved work/life balance.
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Areas we look at together
- Your Sales Processes
- Your Marketing Strategies
- Your Social Media Presence
- Your Website
- and more
How I see things.
"My belief that all the parts of your business are closely connected has led to the universal approach I take when working with you to grow your business."
"You cannot know everything so be prepared to engage with specialists, then let them do what they do best, to give you time to do what you do best."
Establish your goals and write them down if you’re going to stay on track.
For example, is your priority to improve your customer service? If it is write it down and try to be as specific as possible. Goals should be accurate and they should focus on the specifics. Deciding that you want to land more sales isn’t a goal. Deciding to land 25% more sales in six months is.
Multitasking is the curse of businesses.
You think that you’re being productive, but really, you’re just spreading your resources thinly. Always finish one task before you start to focus on another. Begin by looking at your goals and choosing which ones are the most important. It’s always better to complete one goal than to have five half-finished ones.