As a Small Business Owner in 2019 you have probably noticed that things are not working like they once were – 2019 is likely to be no better – with a whole load of shizzle coming down the road.
I’d like to help you and your business – not only by improving your numbers (thirty years in financial services) and of late ten years of digital marketing and online business development, but by helping you cash in on your most valuable assets: your customer base and your financial assets. Both of which are full of stuff you can leverage. Leverage means more income/profits for doing seemingly less – working smarter not harder.
What Nikki Hobbs said about me …. “I have no hesitation in recommending him to anyone looking to increase the success of their business.”
Here are the things you should be working on.
Leverage Your Customers and Your Money to Survive.
The big problem in 2019 – many business owners think they can keep doing shizzle in the same way – and get results. Truth is – go look at the high street and see what’s happening – that’s the truth. Go look at your pension statement or personal investments – both have been trashed by recent falls in the markets. Now more than ever the trust that must exist before a sale happens, now more than ever you need to look at your long-term planning very differently.
Dip ya net where the fish are.
Do you know why your customer base is so valuable? Of course, you do — they are the people most likely to buy from you in the future because they’ve bought from you before.
It’s all about the tech man!
Use the available technology to leverage and increase sales.
The money magic
Do you know why your cash and investable assets are so valuable?
These three opportunities are the key to making money – in the modern business marketplace. You do have to be more ninja.
Ninja – taken from two Japanese words ‘nin and ja’ means to move stealthily, to conceal – doing the same as everyone else means you getting the same results as them.
By leveraging them you can benefit from an exponential increase in the overall returns.
You can get in touch via the form below. It’ll be great to hear from you.