Has your business stopped growing? Do your employees go from task to task with proficiency but with no vigor? Often in life and especially with work, becoming comfortable and eventually stagnant in a routine can seem unavoidable.
A business which does the same old to simply stay afloat is bound to sink in this world. If you and your employees are bored with your business-then do something about it! Finding a new angle and adding some spice to the bland palate of your business’s platform can mean not only survival, but it can also bring your business to an entirely new echelon you had never dreamed of before. Besides, when you started your business, wasn’t your intention to grow and become a titan in your industry and not merely a pawn?
Although it requires extra work, some creativity, and may put you in a challenging situation, diversifying your business and finding fresh, innovative blood-so to speak-could be your lifeline. As Leonardo da Vinci said:
“Iron rusts from disuse, stagnant water loses its purity and in cold weather becomes frozen; even so does inaction sap the vigors of the mind.”
Although you may be excited by the prospect of changing and invigorating your business, the process can seem daunting. Here are three simple steps from an Entrepreneur article by contributor Erika Napoletano to help you get the wheels of change turning:
To read the full article, click on the title.
Get your Free Business Plan Template here: