It can be difficult to plan and project your business into the new year, but you can grow your business with the right online marketing strategy. You have hopes that your business will succeed this year, but you’re a little uncertain about how to create a plan for that. There are lot of things you want to happen… More social media followers, more engagement, more web visits, more leads, and more customers. But how do you actually get there?
I’m sure you had a lot of ups and downs in 2015, and hopefully learned a lot of lessons in online business. I sure had my successes and failures in 2015. There were a lot of things that I did right, and a lot of things I did wrong. But even in the failures, you can move forward if you learn from them. In this post, I’ll share with you what was successful in 2015 and what to continue into 2016. I’ll also share with you what didn’t go that well, and what lessons I learned.As a treat, I also as a few of my friends in online business to share with you some of their experiences.
No matter what industry you’re in, you’re doing business. Understanding the principles of business help you excel in your field of work. There are tons of business books out there, but some are renowned as the staples of business. I’ll admit, reading isn’t a strength of mine, but I’ve put intentional effort into reading these books, and they’ve been transformative for my personal and professional life. Here are some of the top business books on my list, both classics and new ones.
Over the many years of working with teams and projects, I’ve never come across anything as robust as Asana. It’s my primary project management system and the one I recommend to every team. If you’re an individual that manages a lot of different projects, or you have a team of any size – Asana is the tool the for you. Here’s why.
Every day you participate in activities that affect your business. Some tasks are more important than others, but they all help you move your business forward. Or so you think.
Have you ever thought of the time, money and energy you put into your business as an expense versus an investment? I bet the majority of what you’re doing is spending, when you really should be putting a lot more time into investing. What’s the difference?
For many of us that run small business, or are just extremely busy people with a lot on our plate, we all wish that we didn’t have to sleep. So we try to cut back, pull late nights and all-nighters, but usually it just makes us more and more tired. So how we sleep less, and be more productive and energetic throughout the day?