ArtShine

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Running a business is hard work. It can take effort to even keep things on the level. Most people won’t be comfortable with just treading water, however. If you’re in that position, no doubt you want to get your company in a position of strength. How do you do that? Making your business stronger than ever will require new tactics. These six steps might be just the change of pace you need to get your company really running.

A Business Plan

A business plan

You might already have one of these, but when is the last time you consulted it? How much does your initial plan fit in how your business runs now and what you want to achieve? Your mileage may vary when it comes to business plans. For some, formalising their goals and keeping a written copy of their mission statement helps focus them and their staff. This is especially helpful when it comes to decision making. If it’s focus you feel your business lacks, get over to entrepreneur.com and put together a plan that could revitalise the team from the ground up.

A positive environment

Rob Beschizza

A positive work environment

The place where you and your staff works has a tremendous impact in the kind of productivity you will see. Cramped, dull spaces are not likely to make anyone happier at work. Take motivation and well-being, of you as well as your employees, into account. Get creative with your space and make your team happier to stay in a job and thus more productive.

The right team

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The right team

The choice of who to hire could be what takes you from mediocre to top class. Many businesses make a rush to hire people just to get things off the ground. In the end, you shouldn’t be afraid to cut away those who are doing you no good. Businessnewsdaily.com has some great advice on how hire the people you need.

Cashflow

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A keen grasp on your finances

Do you have a cash flow plan? Do you know which services are weakest and by how much? Do you have an understanding of where you’re losing money and know how to plug up those holes? If you don’t, then you need to refocus on your finances. Not tracking your losses leads only to further losses. Not knowing your strengths makes it less likely to focus your efforts to double them. Services like bbookkeeping.com.au can help you understand the finances of your company completely. This will make your next financial steps all the clearer.

focus

Yoel Ben-Avraham

Keep a finger on the pulse of the company

If you’re not assessing your company properly, the prospect of making it more successful is like solving a mystery. Learn how to identify the KPIs (key performance indicators) of your business. Apply the SMART criteria to the independent parts of your business and start measuring. This way any administrative changes you make have immediately recognisable effects.

Networking

Chris Potter

Networking

No person is an island and no business is, either. Start ingraining yourself in the economic community you’re in by networking. Make successful long-term and short-term links around you. The more beneficial you make yourself look to other businesses, the more likely these partnerships are to be fruitful. If you have no idea how to network well, then forbes.com can help you out.

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About The Author

I am a Business LifeStyle coach who specialises in working with artists, designers, crafters and all creative professionals. Myself and my partner Stuart Horrex are here to help you to achieve your Life & business goal and dreams. We have had over 20 years experience in finance, retail,furniture,food,wine fashion,crafts and hospitality.

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