As a small business owner, you’re not just “the boss.” You’re also the leader, the person employees, vendors, customers, and prospects look to for guidance, support, and confidence. And being a leader is easier than you think. It begins with a positive, “can-do” attitude that your business delivers what it promises, and can achieve any goal.
This is called “success thinking,” and it’s found across all successful enterprises because the entrepreneurs made it contagious among their teams. They emphasize long-term potential over short-term thinking. They learn to innovate rather than hesitate, and shun the status quo as they seek to spark new interest and enthusiasm inside the business.
When you focus on the collective success of your business as a whole—not an individual person, project or product—you can accelerate success by identifying a few profitable activities and making them … Read More