When you are learning how to walk, talk, crawl who do look to?____
Your parents to teach you how to do all those wonderful things.
Then when you go to school your teachers are showing how to read, write, music, art and so on.
Well when you start your own business who is teaching this? People for the part that don’t have a business, they are people that are professors that went to school to learn how to teach you how to do business. Don’t get me wrong they are doing there best to teach you the numbers and structure of business BUT what are they teaching YOU about being successful in business.
How does that benefit you?_____
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When you have a problem that needs to be solved, do you seek just anyone’s advice or do you seek an expert in the field to help solve your particular problem?
Obviously, you want the most accurate information and assistance that you can get. You naturally seek an expert to help solve your problem.
You call a plumber when the hot water tank leaks, a real estate agent when it’s time to sell your home or a dentist when you have a toothache.
Therefore, it only stands to reason that the more you become known for your expertise in your business, the more people will seek you out to tap into your expertise, creating more selling and referral opportunities.
In effect, becoming known as an expert is another style of prospecting for new business, just in reverse. Instead of finding new and qualified people to sell to, these people seek you out for your expertise.
The lifeblood of any business enterprise is cash flow. You need it to buy inventory, pay for services, promote and market your business, repair and replace tools and equipment, and pay yourself so that you can continue to work. Therefore, all home business owners must become wise money managers to ensure that the cash keeps flowing and the bills get paid. There are two aspects to wise money management.
The money you receive from clients in exchange for your goods and services you provide (income)
The money you spend on inventory, supplies, wages and other items required to keep your business operating. (expenses)