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Planning for success

Published on 2/18/2013
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If you are contemplating starting an internet business are you considering everything? One thing that some people fail to consider from a planning perspective is success! I am sure they think about what success could mean in terms of benefits; more money to spend, quitting their current job, a sense of accomplishment, and maybe more free time. I am sure that this list contains different items for everyone. However, in your planning have you considered success and its effect on business needs? Stated another way, will you have the infrastructure necessary to handle business information requirements such as accounting, customer relationship management and communication for tens of thousands of leads. Will you have automation in place that will allow you to continue to grow and still have time to tweak your plan? You can’t be spending all your time working in your business else you will have no time to work on your business! Begin to break down your business into steps and assign time and dollars for each step. Then you can do "what if" scenarios to see if you will run out of hours in a day in your quest for success. There are lots of ways to improve a business. This is called working "on" your business. If you are spending all your time doing manual things like making calls, reading and composing emails, etc, that is working "in" your business. If you are a sole proprietor you must wear two hats; boss and worker. Caution: One can spend too much time researching or planning and not enough time doing business.
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