In many cultures the man is supposed to be the primary “bread winner”, however, from the 1960’s to 2000’s the number of women who work outside of the home, grew from 37% to 61%.
As I travel across the United States for work and pleasure, I often have opportunities to speak with local entrepreneurs who have lived in their cities for most of or all their lives and have become wealthy by providing solutions for needs in their communities.
But are they missing out on the most critical customers…their employees?
The same is true for the person you are trying to reach.
If your company is suffering from “bad employees”, it’s because of poor planning and leadership.
You are laser-focused on maintaining good relationships with your clients, but do you practice the same with yourself?
Understanding the difference between the art and science of marketing is very important because the better you are at marketing, the greater your exposure.
We sometimes have personal commitments that run counter to our goals.
Tip #3 — be present
(Five strategies for developing future leaders)
Consideration of perspective is essential to effective communication which has application in your relationships with customers, employees, and suppliers.
I used these five tips during my son’s life to move us to the closeness we have today.
One of the greatest misconceptions in building a business is if you build it, they will come.