Tuesday, February 26, 2013

How to Gain Impact as a Business

How far are you hoping to go with your business? Do like where you are now or are you hoping to one day be a high-impact business like Apple, Google, FedEx, Starbucks, McDonald's, etc.? Being a high-impact means becoming a producer of jobs and products that are actively sought out and often widely recognized. Most businesses dream of providing not only services to their clients but inspiration and innovation on a larger setting.

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Getting to that high-impact state, however, takes dedication. Additionally, making it big requires a few key factors that most major businesses not only foster but encourage. Check out the following tips that will help you succeed as a high-impact entrepreneur.

  1. Like the business you’re in. The entrepreneur needs to have a positive attitude about the business they have or wish to have. If you do not like the business or it does not fit well with your interests or ideals, then you are already off to a bad start. When entrepreneurs betray themselves in this way, he or she will never get the business they always dreamed of.
  2. Empower yourself. Entrepreneurs should know the importance of seeking information and training their employees well enough so the business runs well. If you want it to grow fast, you need to devote double the preparedness. This starts by having a staff you can rely on to help you reach your goals and delegating properly.
  3. Never be “common”. Common for high-impact entrepreneurs is usually a sense of permanent dissatisfaction. For these entrepreneurs, the business is never quite good enough.
  4. Innovate. Besides not having to settle, high-impact entrepreneurs should always keep innovating their products or services. Even within the company, high-impact business men and women strive to have the best, whether that's up-to-date time clocks or the best project management system.
  5. Be honest. This goes for all sorts of activities. Do not try to grow with shortcuts and ethical misconduct.
  6. Be an example. Conducting business honestly is not only a legal requirement for high-impact entrepreneurs, it should be a way of life. Leading by example helps establish not only credibility but also helps foster a connection to your clients as well as your staff.

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