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|ABC's of Business Basics Pt: 8 (b)
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Let's review the ABC's of Business Basics that we have learned thus far:
A- Articulate your plan and your passion
B- Believe and Build Your Brand
C- Create a plan of action
D- Devise a workable operating system.
E- Educate yourself
F- Find Your Niche
G-Generate buzz about your business
Now let's look at H.
Hire the necessary resources
Chances are if your business becomes successful, it will grow and, at some point, you may need some help on a temporary or permanent basis. Having other people working for you can be a great blessing and a great burden. Good employees can be a business's biggest asset, but the legal issues and concerns that come with having others work for you can almost make it seem like more trouble than it's worth. The key to success in getting and dealing with partners in your business is to treat them as an investment, because that's what they are. Every time you hire, train, pay, discipline, or terminate an employee, contactor or other kind of worker, you're making an investment in your business, just as you would in buying and maintaining an expensive piece of equipment.
Hire the necessary resources to help you in your business. It is important that a potential business owner does not attempt to do everything that the business needs on his or her own. When you begin to think about starting a business, you must look at everything that is needed to bring your vision to pass. As a business owner, it is important that you do what you are qualified to do and not try to do everything yourself. It is critical to connect with the proper resources that you will need in operating your business.
Do you need an accountant, lawyer, pr consultant or other business supplier?
Do you need office workers or virtual ones?
Plan out what is needed and seek out referrals from other business owners to get qualified people that will be committed to you and your business. Your business will fail if you insist on doing everything. A smart business owner knows what is best for his/her business and will do what is right at all cost.
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